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REVEILLE 
1985 



Karen E. Robinson 
Editor 

Mississippi State University 
Starkville, Mississippi 
39762 

Volume 81 



Karen E. Robinson 



Opening / 1 



REVEILLE 



1985 



KAREN E. ROBINSON 

Editor-in-Chief 



SUSAN G. WOO 

Business Manager 



DR. BILL R. FOSTER 

Yearbook Advisor 




Fred Faulk 



2 / Table of Contents 



MICHAEL W . DOYLE JOHN SCOTT WALLER 

Head Photographer Photography Editor 

PAMELA J. GREENE 

Copy Editor 



SECTION EDITORS 



PHOTOGRAPHERS 



RICHARD ADAIR - Sports 

CHRIS CONN - Greeks 

SADIE FLINT - Student Leadership 

BUBBA GREENE - Features 

RACHEL GRIFFIN - Academics 

JULIA HICKS - Limelight 

TIM KNIGHT - Sports 

MARTHA LAWHON - Greeks 

KRISTI MERWIN - Classes 

KIM MORRISON - Student Leadership 

ALEATRICE RODGERS - Index 

JEFF SLAUGHTER - Features 

KIM WALSH - Classes 



ender arikan 

rusty Mcknight 

scott norwood 

jim prince 

suzanne spell 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

FEATURES 14 

LIMELIGHT 71 

SPORTS 92 

ACADEMICS 152 

GREEKS 186 

STUDENT LEADERSHIP 232 

CLASSES 308 

INDEX 386 



Table of Contents / 3 




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Mississippi State has kept up with the times with "state 
of the art" computer technology. 



Heart to hand — the project begins 

A web of steps, 

Of skills. 

Of feelings 

Surrounds me. 

I am no longer the creator — 

/ am the pencil, 

And my drawing is what I was, 

Or if I am lucky — 

What I am. 

"Rhapsody" 




It takes time, patience, and a great deal of dedication to 
major in art. Here senior art major Peggy Ware works 
on an acrylic painting. 



Since opening its doors in 1878 as the 
Agricultural and Mechanical College of the 
state of Mississippi, today's MSU has pro- 
gressed from a primarily agricultural train- 
ing institution to a university that has steadi- 
ly kept abreast of technological 
developments. Implementing these 
developments into its programs and thus 
establishing a reputation of excellence in 
nearly all aspects of its wide range of cur- 
ricula, Mississippi State University can today 
proudly take its place in the age of modern 
technology and uphold its theme for 1985 
"MSU: State of the Arts." 

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Silhouetted in the evening sunset on South Farm, these 
students relax after a long day of studies. 



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Patti O'Connor-Scgcr 

This 1 100 B.C. Astarte plaque found at Tel Aviv, Israel 
is one of the many rare artifacts that the Cobb Institute 
has to offer to the public in its museum. 



As stated by Michael Dorsey in his in- 
troduction to the MSU Department of Art, 
"The entire university should be more than 
a training ground for technical skills. It 
should be a place where instructor and stu- 
dent work closely to stimulate the mind, to 
clarify creative vision, and to help place 
creative potential in a recognizable form. 

Truly, MSU is more than a training 
ground for technical skills." Supplemented 
with the Cobb Institute of Archaeology, the 
Briscoe Art Gallery, the College of 
Veterinary Medicine, and, more recently, 
the Creative Arts Complex, MSU proves its 
capability of producing graduates not only 
highly trained in their own areas of study, 
but also culturally developed in the arts. 
Each year MSU's Union Program Council 
dedicates itself to bringing to its students 
forms of art which, without the Council, 
would not be experienced by many students. 



Opening / 7 



Speakers, political figures, and entertainers 
place MSU in the limelight of achievement, 
thus expanding the experiential 
backgrounds and instilling a sense of pride in 
all MSU students. 

The Development Foundation is now 
directly involved in raising private funds to 
support the "Arts." The foundation is 
presently attempting to raise $550,000 for 
theatre seats, lighting, and equipment for 
the Creative Arts Complex. Organizations 
throughout campus have also played leading 
roles in the development of the "Arts" by 
raising additional money needed to con- 
struct the complex. 

The area of the "Arts" primarily dealing 
with technological developments has been 
upheld by departments of the university ac- 
tively seeking to implement recent theories 
of development and technology. 



Patriotism swelled in the hearts of the entire crowd at 
Mississippi Memorial Stadium on the day of the 
Southern/State game. The Famous Maroon Band was 
joined by the University Choir in presenting the spec- 
tacular show. The finale was reached when the Army 
ROTC cadets unfurled a 60 yard American flag to the 
tune of "Battle Hymn of the Republic." 



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Departments such as the College of 
Business and Industry, the Mississippi State 
Chemical Laboratory, the College of 
Veterinary Medicine, and the School of Ac- 
countancy are respectively seeking to utilize 
the latest in computer technology, to effi- 
ciently conduct chemical analyses, to chan- 
nel their time, energy, and skills into aspects 
of health, and to integrate the use of soft- 
ware into the attainment of knowledge. 

Departments of Education are presently 
playing a strong role in the development of 
the "Arts" into its curricula. With new re- 
quirements passed for teacher certification, 
future educators are currently being ex- 
posed to the "Arts" through course work 
once excluded from the curricula. 

The English Department, through the 
wise planning of its professors and faculty, 
actively seeks to expose its students to all 
forms of art, including writing, speaking, and 
art. The Department additionally offers 
scholarships to encourage good writers in 
Mississippi. 



Mike Doyle 

Delirious MSU fans struggled for almost five 
minutes as they broke down the goal post after a 
16-14 win over LSU. 

Something Happened on the Way to the Forum was 
a student produced musical held in the sprinq of 
1984. 



Sights, sounds and dreams are 
Captured, caged and kept alive 
Pacing in rhythm. 

I choreograph 

A ballet of words. Let them 

Dance to MY music. 

The poem, a dancing 
Shadow — candlelight flutters 
In whimsical draft. 

Jeff Long 



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An integral part of the Music Department, the Universi- 
ty Choir is composed of students from many majors as 



well as music. 



The most exotic country in Asia is Thailand. At 
Discovery Thailand the Thai Student Association per- 
formed traditional dances, music, and a kick-boxing 
demonstration. 




Mike Doyle 



12 / Opening 




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Looking back at the opening of today's 
MSU's doors — once a solely agricultural 
college — MSU's Department of 
Agriculture has progressed to the use of the 
most modern tools to make American 
agriculture the most productive in the 
history not only of MSU, but also of man. 

The Forestry Department has im- 
plemented new biotechnologies to produce 
genetically superior trees, computer 
technology for analyzing, engineering 
technologies for low cost systems, and social 
science technologies to bring all these areas 
together. 

Not only does MSU's undergraduate pro- 
gram provide for the artistic development of 
its students, but the Graduate Department 
also places great concern in the advance- 
ment of quality in art, music, drama, and 
other areas of artistic endeavor by im- 
plementing these areas into all aspects of its 
curricula. 

MSU: State of the Arts — a perfect sum- 
mation for an institution highly respected as 
a technologically progressive university 
dedicated to the development of its pro- 
ducts. This development has hopefully been 
instilled into the lives of each and every stu- 
dent of MSU, thus preparing him/her for a 
productive life in a challenging world. \ff\ 



The previous handcolored photos were painted by 
Karen E. Robinson 



Opening / 13 



Bubba Greene 
Jeff Slaughter 

Editors 

Homecoming 

Fashion 

Military 

Concerts 

World Events 

Staff 

Pat Autry 
Shelly Hinesly 
Tamera Jones 



14 / Features 




Features / 15 



CHANGING WITH THE 

TIMES 



With computers pushing through as a 
most efficient means of constructive 
business and innovation, this era could ap- 
propriately be entitled "The Computer 
Era." 

Heeding the great demand for expertise 
in the field, MSU offers not only a wide 
range of computer science curricula, but 
also an opportunity for research in the area. 

The primary concentrations distributed 
through the University include programs in 
the College of Arts and Sciences (Depart- 
ments of Computer Science and 
Mathematics), the College of Engineering 
(Departments of Electrical Engineering and 



Industrial Engineering), and the College of 
Business and Industry (Department of Infor- 
mation Systems and Quantitative Analysis). 
Future educators are expressing a desire to 
learn more about the structure and uses of 
computers for their probable use in elemen- 
tary, secondary, and college levels. 

This year MSU's preregistration set a 
hopeful precedent in the use of computers 



This robot was built and designed by Dr. Edwin Ellis of 
the Computer Science Dept. 

Students use computer terminals such as these located 
in McCool Hall to work on lab assignments. 



to preregister students for the spring 
semester, hoping that the use of computers 
will increase the speed and efficiency of 
preregistering. Active research programs 
at MSU led by various professors have utiliz- 
ed artificial intelligence in natural language 
processing, robotics, numerical analysis, and 
development of communication systems. 

In an attempt to bring cooperation be- 
tween various colleges, the computer scien- 
tists at MSU have established a reputation of 
proficiency and expertise in computer 
science instruction and research. [/} 



Marianne Warren 




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16 / Changes 



HOMECOMING '84 

A MISSISSIPPI STATE 

OF MIND 



Homecoming 1984 — entitled "A Mississip- 
pi State of Mind" — was celebrated with 
events and activities that instilled in MSU 
students a sense of pride and dedication to 
their university. 

To begin the week, MSU proudly named as 
its Homecoming Court Suzanne Harris — 
Homecoming Queen, Mary Lee Hammond — 
Senior Maid, Allyson Ashmore — Junior Maid, 
Chris Caffey — Sophomore Maid, and Brenda 
Williams — Freshman Maid. 

Friday, October 12 officially kicked-off the 
weekend, beginning with an ice-cream give 
away, sponsored by the MSU alumni 
Delegates. 

Next, Bully gallantly led the Homecoming 
parade through the streets of the campus, 



followed by cheering students hanging from 
almost any kind of vehicle. 

The celebration transformed into a huge 
pep rally featuring MSU's superior 
cheerleader squad and that famous and loyal 
supporter known as Bully. 

The Forestry Club bonfire and a spectacular 
fireworks display followed in attempts to 
"spark" some Bulldog enthusiasm for Satur- 
day's game against Kentucky. 

To complete the evening, a Homecoming 
Outdoor Rock Extravaganza was enjoyed by 
those not yet ready to end the busy day. 

Rolling out of bed early Saturday morning, 
fans began again, enjoying special breakfasts, 
dinners, and barbeques with various campus- 
wide organizations. 



Finally, the moment arrived for which all 
preparation was intended — kick-off tirru 
1:30 p.m. — Scott Field. A crowd of 30, 
excited fans cheered the Dawgs on as they 
cessfully kept control of the game until 
fourth quarter, when State, leading 13-10, 
stunned by a fake punt play which providi 
new game for the Kentucky Wildcats, 
halting MSU's dream of a Homecor 
victory. 

The crowd, accepting defeat, dwindled f 
Scott Field, returning home to rest from 
hot, tiring afternoon and to get ready, c 
again, to floc k to Frat Row for the post-g; 
parties. R_ 

Marianne Wa: 



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Homecoming 19 



FRESHMEN: THAT 
FIRST BIG STEP 




Freshmen find that watching TV is a great way to 
after a long day of classes. 



20 / Freshmen 



here he goes — wandering aimlessly 
ind campus — yes, for an entire year! 
never knows for what building all those 
:ulous abbreviations stand on his 
dule. He (or she) usually daydreams, 
ling the campus, taking in all the new 
acteristics of this new place he or she 
call home for the next four years. Of 
se, the eye is occasionally caught by a 
eous passerby, resulting in an embar- 
ing trip on the "raised cracks" in the 




sidewalks — yeah, you all know the ones — 
but by the time you're a sophomore, you've 
learned in what places on campus you have 
to step up! 

Oh, but not to fear! Each year a few thou- 
sand freshmen survive that first year of col- 
lege with only minimal, permanent damage 
— at least three broken hearts, a failed 
class or two, and a few extra rolls in the 
previously flat stomach. 
The first test — the one the freshman 



studies for the night before like he did in 
high school — is usually a rude awakening 
to the realization that tests are something for 
which opening a book and reading a few 
pages is required. Parents of freshmen 
usually reinforce this new hypothesis as they 
quote that familiar lecture statement, "Joe, 
if you don't bring up those grades, you won't 
live to be a sophomore!" 

Frightened that without good grades in 




college life will deal him blow after blow, the 
freshman usually comes to realize that the 
Mitchell Memorial Library was built for 
something other than a place to find a date 
to the football game. 

During this time, the freshman also 
realizes that pizza delivery services and all 
night quick food stores not only have 
devastational effects on the checkbook, but 
also ruin the waistline and hip areas. 

Now, freshmen, don't get upset as you 
read this description of yourselves — we 



Scott Waller 
is an excellent way for freshmen to meet new 



Scott Waller 
Registration: A great way to kick off your freshman 
year! 



heard it in previous years as upperclassmen, 
wise and experienced, humiliated us. Next 
year you'll be sophomores — carry on the 
tradition — we wouldn't want newcomers to 
think they will survive their freshman year 
without having their awkward actions and 
hardships obser ved by all the "mature" 
upperclassmen. \R | 

Marianne Warren 



Freshmen / 21 



MISSISSIPPI STATE OF FASHION: 

THE TREND IS INDIVIDUALITY 



Fashion among students at MSU was very 
diverse during the 1984-85 school year. It 
was an excellent way to express yourself in 
your own, unique "Style," and that is exact- 
ly what students did. 

Of course there were some bounds put on 
fashion, but, basically, more preferred the 
"anything goes" style. 

Women's clothing was much more open to 
change than was men's clothing, which re- 



mained very "traditional." 

The key word for describing women's 
fashions this year was sophisticated. Styles 
blended menswear-inspired silhouettes with 
feminine glitter for an exciting new look. 
Dresses were well cut and loosely fitted 
while shirtwaists made a comeback in soft 
fabrics. 

Oversized man-styled coats, silk blouses, 
flannel trousers and longer, full-cut challis 



shirts blended style with comfort. The 5 
brought a quiet explosion of patterns 
were blended in unexpected ways, lea 
the mixing and matching up to your 
creative abilities. 

Accessories ranged from gloves to bri 



The "State of Fashion" forever includes the tin 
classic look of duckhead, pleated skirts, and ta 
dresses which is in itself a statement of individualit' 




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22 / Fashion 




New concepts in fashion also focus on accessories for an 
individualized look. Colored hosiery, stylish pumps, 
sweater-vests and asymmetrical closings on garments 
all contribute to a fresh innovative look. 

Eckie's Pond provides the perfect setting for fall pic- 
nics. Arrayed in colorful cottons, sporty linens, blue 
jeans, and sweater-vests, these students take advan- 
tage of a beautiful MSU afternoon. 




Fashion / 23 



FASHION . . 



colorful scarves and shawls, with an unlimi 
number of things in between. 

For the State Man who was up on fash 
the look remained "traditionally" traditio: 
however, with a little more variety in col< 
From khakis to button-downs, wool to cot 
sweaters — the "In" look for men on this c; 
pus was traditional. Ipl 



Debi Valenl 



For students who participate in the jogging "era 
sweatpants, sweatshirts, shorts, and running shoes 
a must for the wardrobe. 




bright new addition to the men's fashion 

was wool pants, 
ring brought on a big splash of colors in 

sporty shirts and shorts. 
• most, there was no limit to mixing and 
ling colors and patterns in fashion. But, 
the heck, fashion says, "Suit yourself as 
jit your mood 



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Amy Lee 



id in casual wear, these two students browse in 
51) Florist. Comfortable cotton blouses and color- 
ss pants were accented by several gold chains. 





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3 For the stylish man, dress pants, penny loafers, button- 



„ down shirts, and wool sweaters were accented with 
8 blazers. The women's dressy look consisted of colorful 
10 dresses with large sleeves set off by dangling earrings 
and long strands of pearls. 



Fashion / 25 



MSU: A Heritage 




26 / Landscape 



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"The Centennial Sculpture," symbolizing the coi 
tion of MSU's rich past and its progression towi 
bright future, stands at the north entrance of Allen 
It was designed by Bernard Schmidt. 



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In fulfilling its goal to provide the warmest 
campus environment possible, MSU's campus 
landscape unit has, through its thoughtful plan- 
ning and construction, added beauty to and 
unified State's campus landscape. 

Charles Scoggins and Sam Hogue, campus 
landscape architects, have completed many 
recent projects on State's approximately one 
thousand acre campus. Accomplishments such 
as the placement of free-standing signs located 
in front of buildings on campus, the plaza in 
front of Macarthur dormitory, the new campus 
lighting projects, and the pedestrian area in 
front of Suttle Hall represent only a few 
evidences of the designer's desires to "create 
the best in campus environment." 

The campus landscape unit is reponsible for 
maintenance, design, and construction of land- 
scape features and cares for not only the im- 
mediate campus but also the athletic fields and 
golf course. 

In expressing their dedication to the im- 
provement of MSU's campus, Scoggins and 
Hogue state that "Outdoor space should have 
the same care and design as indoor space." 
The care they and the department have taken 
truly depicts this idea. 

Lighting projects include the five-globe lights 
placed in pedestrian areas, courtyaids, and 
walkways of Memorial, Critz, Evans, Smith, 
and other halls. These dimly-lit fixtures pro- 
vide low scale, intimate lighting that "sets the 
mood" for a peaceful evening. 

The free-standing signs in front of campus 
buildings are what the department stresses a 
major success in tying the campus together. 
Each marquis, bearing the name of the 
building on a brown background trimmed in 
small stones, is not only aesthetically pleasing 
but is also a great helper for those students 
who wander around campus the first few days 
of school in desperate attempt to locate the 
buildings listed on their class schedule. 

Completing most construction, irrigation, 
and other grounds maintenance projects, the 
landscape architecture unit is assisted by the 
physical plant, whose help, Scoggins and 
Hogue contend, is extremely valuable in that 
the plant engineers install the wiring and elec- 
trical work necessary to complete the projects. 

Jeff Howell, a landscape architecture stu- 
dent at MSU, expresses the general pride in 
the department and its dedication to improving 
the beauty of MSU's campus. "Given the size 
of the job they have to do, the department 
does extremely good work." 



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Marianne Warren 



lal color combinations and creative shapes make 
> beautiful landscape gardens distinctive points of 
tion on campus. 



Beth Reed, a Junior Horticulture student, prepares a 
flower arrangement in the University florist. The florist 
celebrated its 50th anniversary this year. 



Landscape / 27 



THE HIGH 
PRICE OF 
PARKING 



You turn over, rearrange your pillow, and 
peer at the alarm clock through half-open 
eyes, still caught in the grip of a deep sleep. 
All thoughts of catching a few extra winks 
disappear from your mind as you stare at 
the alarm clock in disbelief. 

"7:45 A.M.!" the alarm clock reads, and 
you have a big test in your 8:00 class! You 
jump into a pair of jeans, throw on a T-shirt, 
grab the tennis shoes and the books and 
make a mad dash for the car. A comb is 
dragged through your hair as you cruise 
toward campus. Once on campus, the next 
problem is finding a parking place. You 
finally spot one only to find it is in staff park- 
ing — those wonderful parking spaces so 
conveniently located next to class. As you 
realize you have less than 2 minutes to get to 
class, you whip your car into the space. 
While dashing to class, you send up a quick 
prayer in hopes that Security will not come 
by before you get through with your test (the 
prayer of the hopeless optimist). 

You speed through your test and rush to 
your car. Too late. You catch a glimpse of 
green flapping happily under your wind- 
shield wiper, and you know it's not the 
money your roommate owes you. (So much 
for optimism!) 





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After removing the incriminating piece of 
green from your windshield, you and your 
car head off in search of a "legal" parking 
space. Later, as you are paying your fine, 
you wonder what security does with all the 
money it makes off you. As you walk out the 
door, you make a mental note to buy four 
more alarm clocks. Paying those fines is 
making a dent in your funds. 

It would please you to know, the money 
collected in fines is put to good use. Ac- 
cording to Chief Moore, the money is used 
for maintaining parking lots and the purchas- 
ing of signs, sign posts and paint for the 
parking lines. The money is also used for 
any repairs needed and to pay for the print- 
ing of the traffic violation forms. 

Many students feel that the parking situa- 
tion is inadequate (or maybe, to be honest, 





Jim F 
A student ticketer writes a ticket for an illegally p 
car. 

If we only obeyed the signs!! 

Kiss that five bucks goodbye!! 



sometimes inconvenient)! Parking lots 
being built by the Coliseum and the Cre; 
Arts Complex. A large portion of the m 
collected from fines and decal cosi 
budgeted for these new constructions. 

So, the next time you buy a decal or f 
traffic fine, keep in mind that your mon 
being put to good use in improving 
maintaining the parking lots around cam 

Kris Batchl 



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28 / Parking 




Suzanne Spell 



Parking / 29 



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CALL TO GLORY 



"he general objective of the Reserve 
icer's Training Corps, according to the 
sissippi State Bulletin, is to develop in 
h student: (1) a basic understanding of 
Dciated professional knowledge, (2) a 
mg sense of personal integrity, in- 
dual responsibility and honor; and, (3) 
ippreciaton of the requirements of na- 
ial security. 

Military programs at Mississippi State 
versity have been in existence as long 

the university has. In 1878, the 
sissippi Legislature created The 
•icultural and Mechanical College of 

State of Mississippi to fulfill the mis- 
l of offering training in "Agriculture, 
ticulture, and the mechanical arts . . . 
lout excluding other scientific and 
;sical studies, including military tac- 
." Army ROTC as a formal training 
:, was established at the college in the 
ing of 1917, and Air Service ROTC, a 
ior division of Army ROTC, was 
iblished on Oct. 22, 1946. AFROTC 
:achment 15 was activated on July 1, 



1949, and redesignated Detachment 425 on 
August 1, 1952. Peak Air Force ROTC 
enrollment was reached in 1966-67 with 
over 1200 students enrolled in the man- 
datory program. Fall 1984 enrollment is 
127 students — 111 men and 16 women. 

Army ROTC is divided into two phases, 
the Basic Course and the advanced Course. 
The Basic Course is ordinarily taken by 
freshmen and sophomores, but it is open to 
all students. No military commitment is in- 
curred during this time, and students may 
withdraw at any time through the end of the 
second year. The Basic Course is designed 
to give the first and second year ROTC stu- 
dent an introducton to the Army and its 
career opportunities. Subjects cover the 
areas of management principles, national 
defense, military history, leadership 
development, military courtesy, discipline, 
and customs. The Basic Course is divided 
into two parts. The first year consists of two 
hours of classroom instruction and the option 
to take a lab. The Adventure labs include 
courses in marksmanship, hunter safety, 




nbers of S. D. Lee's Rangers. From Left to 
ht: Haley Windham, Scott Martin, Kurt Floyd, 
Michael Pettigrew, do push-ups behind the rap- 
ing tower. 



Jim Prince 
The colors were presented by The Colorguard during 
pre-game ceremonies at Homecoming. 



mountineering, aerobics, jogging, and mar- 
tial arts. Those students who finish the Basic 
Course may qualify and elect to continue in 
the Advanced Course. 

The Advanced Course stresses the militry 
skills and knowledge and interpersonal skills 
required of commissioned officers of the Ac- 
tive Army, Army Reserve, and Army Na- 
tional Guard. It includes further instruction 
in leadership development, organization and 
management, and tactics and administra- 
tion. Two hours of classroom instruction and 
one hour leadership laboratory per week are 
required for the Advanced Course. It also in- 
cludes a paid, six week advanced camp be- 
tween the students' junior and senior years. 
While enrolled in the Advanced Course 
students receive a $100.00 monthly 
allowance. 

Army ROTC also offers a two year pro- 
gram for community and junior college 
graduates and students at four year institu- 
tions who have not taken Army ROTC dur- 
ing their first two years. Students may 
replace the Basic Course with the successful 
completion of a paid, six-week Basic Camp 
after their sophomore year. 

Upon satisfactory completion of the Ad- 
vanced Course, a student is commissioned 
as a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Army. 
He or she may choose three years of active 
duty or eight years service in the Reserves 
or National Guard. The Reserve service in- 
cludes a period of 3 to 6 months active duty 
to attend specialization training as part of 
her or his obligatory service. 

Yet another program offered by the Army 
is the Simultaneous Membership Program 
(SMP). The SMP allows Army National 
Guard and Army Reserve members to con- 
tinue their college education while working 
toward an Army Commission. 

Air Force ROTC is also divided into two 
phases — the General Military Course and 
the Professional Officer Course. The 
General Military Course is taken by 
freshmen and sophomores and is designed 
to heighten each cadet's appreciation of and 
dedication to American principles and 
fosters an understanding of how the U.S. Air 
Force serves the national interest. Its focus is 
on three main themes: the military officer's 
role, the development of aerospace power, 
and the organization of today's Air Force. 
One hour of academic instruction and one 



Military / 31 



MILITARY . . . 



hour of Leadership Laboratory a week are 
required. Cadets study missions, doctrines, 
and strategies of aerospace power from 
balloons to contempory use of space 
vehicles. 

Upon completion of the General Military 
Course, a cadet proceeds to the Professional 
Officer Course. It provides professional of- 
ficer education structured to blend 
knowledge, skill, and attitudes to prepare 
students for active duty as commissioned of- 
ficers. In the POC, students begin with an 
in-depth look at the theories of management 
and their application. They study the 
general concepts of leadership and relate 
them to real Air Force situations. In senior- 
level classes students analyze the role of the 
Armed Forces in contemporary American 
society and examine a broad range of 
American domestic and international 
military relationships and the environmental 
context in which American national security 
policy is formulated and implemented. 

During the last year of the POC, a flight 
training program is offered for those Air 
Force cadets having the desire, aptitude, 
and physical qualifications required of 
military pilots. Cadets completing the pro- 
gram and remaining otherwise fully qualified 
will enter into the Air Force pilot training 
program. 

Upon satisfactory completion of the full 
AFROTC program, a student will be com- 
missioned as a Second Lieutenant in the 
U.S. Air Force and is obligated to four years 
of active duty. 

The Army awards ROTC scholarships to 
outstanding students each year. Army 
ROTC scholarships are offered for four, 
three, and two years. The four-year scholar- 
ships are awarded on a worldwide com- 
petitive basis to U.S. Citizens who will be 
entering college as freshmen. The three- and 
two-year scholarships are awarded com- 
petitively to students who are already en- 
rolled in college. 

The scholarships pay for tuition, text- 
books, and lab fees and provides a living ex- 
pense of up to $1,000 each year the scholar- 
ship is in effect. Scholarship graduates serve 
four years on active duty and two in the 
Reserve. 

Air Force ROTC Scholarships are 
available on a competitive basis to qualified 
students. MSU AFROTC offers three and 
one half, three, two and one half, and two 
year scholarships. They pay for tuition, 
textbooks, and lab fee, and provide $100 a 
month for spending money. 

Amy Lee 




Lee's Rangers must prove their worthiness to mai 
"rough and ready" attitude. 



32 / Military 




lers of Air Force ROTC march on the Drillfield 
I the President's Review. 



AFROTC Cadet Steve Whitney escorts Angel Flight 
Becky Buttross during Little Major Ceremonies at 
Dining Out. 



Military / 33 




The Chapel of Memories serves as the Religious i 
on the MSU campus. 



TO GOD BE THE 

GLORY 



The pursuit of religion is an integral part of the lives of most MSU students. 
Each student has the opportunity at State to choose from a wide variety of 
religious organizations. 

The Chapel of Memories, centrally located on campus, offers a beautiful 
and peaceful place for those either attending church services, or for those 
desiring somewhere to retreat from the hectic pace of campus life. 

Each year more and more students become involved in religious organiza- 
tions that, as many students declare, help give them a feeling of belong- 
ingness and purposefulness. 

A supplement to the academic disciplines of the University is offered by 
the Baptist Student Union. Although sponsored and directed by Baptists, the 
ministry is open to all students. 

The purposes of the Black Voices are to unite persons interested in singing 
contemporary gospel, to maintain a religious awareness, and to encourage 
spiritual enlightenment in the student. 

Campus Crusade for Christ holds periodic meetings to advance Christian 
ideals by discussing abstract and practical views of Christianity. 

Celebration of Christ assists students and faculty in being more complete 
and productive Christians within the campus unit. 

Special activities for the university in promotion of the gospel of Christ are 
provided by En Christos. 

Islamic Association of MSU strives to promote friendship, goodwill, and 
better relations between the people of countries represented by the general 
body of the association. Membership consists of Moslems. Associate member- 
ship consists for non-Moslems. 

To promote spiritual and social growth of members is the purpose of the 
Latter-Day-Saints. 

Living Epistles Fellowship promotes fellowship and Christian education to 
students and faculty. 

One of the purposes of Maranatha Christian Fellowship, part of Maranatha 
Campus Ministries International, is seeing that the name of Jesus Christ is 
lifted up. 

The Catholic students organization, Newman Club, upholds purposes that 
foster spiritual, intellectual, social, and community service. 

Composed of faculty and students, the Reformed University Fellowship 
has as its purpose the glorification of God in all pursuits and endeavors of life, 
and enjoyment of him forever. 

University Christian Student Center provides a place where college 
students can have fellowship with other Christian students and gives them an 
opportunity to serve Christ while in school. 

Working cooperatively in campus ministry among the groups at MSU is the 
purpose of University Common Ministry. 

Composed of Methodists and other students, the Wesley Foundation offers 
projects of service and participation in a university Christian movement. The 
Foundation endeavors to foster Christian education. 



R 



Marianne Warren 



Religion / 35 




Mike 



EDUCATION: SHOULD 

AGE STAND 

IN YOUR WAY 



What reasons would cause a person who 
has been out of a school system for many 
years to want to attend college? Is there 
reason behind the "madness" of wanting to 
become a student once again? Do these peo- 
ple feel they have something to prove to 
themselves or to others? Is it worth all the 
sacrifices these people must make in order 
to obtain a college education? 

The people who did not go to college im- 
mediately after graduating from high school, 
and those who were in college for a while but 
dropped out and came back years later, all 
fall into the category of non-traditional 
students. To make their needs known, these 
special students have formed an organiza- 
tion called Association for Non-Traditional 
Students (ANTS). It was formed in October 
of 1983. 

Four students falling into the category of 
Non-traditional Students were interviewed 
to give the reader a chance to see why these 
people had the desire to come to college. 



Pat Woolington was the founder of the 
Association for Non-traditional Students. 
She wishes to obtain her Ph.D. in Social 
Psychology. When asked what made her 
decide to go to college, Pat told us she has 
four children, three of which live away from 
home. At forty-one, when her youngest child 
was eleven, she realized that her role as a 
mother was coming to an end. All she could 
see for the future was staying at home and 
waiting for infrequent visits from her 
children. Realizing that was not what she 
wanted for the rest of her life, she decided to 
go to college. 

Pat says that she is not the same person 
she was when she entered college in the fall 
of 1981. She went from feeling she was go- 
ing to flunk the first semester, to three 
semesters later being on the Presidential 
List. Her horizon has broadened, and she 
has become open-minded in many areas. 

Two of the hardest parts of going to col- 
lege as a Non-traditional student were the 



resocialization of her family, and lear 
that college life is geared to meeting 
needs of the traditional students rather 
the non-traditionals. 

As Pat pointed out, the non-traditi 
student tends to be more motivated tow 
his subjects, works harder at achieving 
grades, and usually sets the curve in 
class. 

A second student interviewed was 
Jacobs. He was in college but dropped 
His reason for returning was to obtain 
tools needed for further advancement ir 
company. 

Ottis and his family have made n 
sacrifices while he attends college. It wa: 
ficult to give up a reliable income and 
watching every penny. Time spent witl 
family has also suffered. Much of this lei 
time is spent in studying, whereas whe 
was employed he could leave the wor 
the office. 



36 / Non-Traditional Students 



spite of the many sacrifices, Ottis is 
he returned to college. He sees his col- 
degree as being worth all the struggles, 
nigh he is not intimidated by his instruc- 
Ottis did feel that he had something to 
e to himself when he first came back to 
ge. It was not until he made the Presi- 
s Scholars List that first semester that 
(htened up on himself, 
r Pat Woolington, the reason to go to 
ge was to provide her with knowledge in 
m career she wishes to undertake. For 
the reason was to obtain a degree that 
ipen doors for further advancement in a 
>any. Now Dan Cash, the third student 
viewed, gives his reason for going to 

in started taking business courses at 
. He next took technical courses and 
led them. This led to the decision to 
me a full-time student. The sacrifice he 
:o make was to give up his leisure time 
der to study, which left little time with 
imily. Dan plans to graduate this May, 

the latest, in July. At this point in his 
le intends to work on a master's degree 
,ht. 

le many other non-traditional students, 
is not intimidated by his instructors. He 
no doubt that he could make it. He did 
to make a big adjustment academically 
i he transferred from a junior college 
jse State instructors tend to give very 
led tests. 

in feels that it has been worth going to 
je and obtaining a good degree. 
e fourth student interviewed, Perry 
>e, gives two reasons for going to col- 

The first was that a man told Perry 
be was too smart to get his hands dirty 
ike a living. The second reason was his 
r convinced him that a college degree 
d be good to fall back on if the business 
i intends to invest in went wrong, 
rry recommends college for those who 
:apable of carrying a full course load, 
loes not recommend college for those 
only come to have a good time. When 
rst came back, Perry did not question 
bilities, rather he questioned his desire 
:ome back. He has many ac- 
ilishments since his return, and is very 
d of them. 

e reasons for returning to college after 
[ out of a school system for a few years 

1 either be to start a new career, or ad- 

2 further in a company, or to gain 
ledge in a field that interests the per- 
rhe sacrifices are great, but the degree 
11 worth the struggles. __ 



Leigh Tanner 



lercial Art major Fay Fisher works on a jewelry 
t. 

aditional students tend to be more motivated and 
larder. 




Ender Ariken 



Non-Traditional Students / 37 



NO 
EASY 
REACH . . 



Among the 11,720 students that attended 
Mississippi State University this year, over 100 are 
disabled. MSU boasts the highest enrollment of 
disabled students in the South due to the 100 per- 
cent accessibility of all academic programs. This ac- 
cessibility is due mainly to the efforts of MSU Vice- 
President, Dr. T. K. Martin, and Director of Disabled 
Student Services, Mike White. Since 1972, these 
two men have worked together not just to reduce 
the number of existing architectural barriers, but 
also to provide the many special services required 
by disabled and non-disabled students alike. 

Mitchell Memorial Library offers many services to 
disabled students. The study room for visually im- 
paired has an unabridged braille dictionary; a large 
print dictionary; a typewriter; tape recorders; a 
Thermaform machine for duplicating braille, and 
talking calculators. There are also three Visualtek 
machines for use by the visually impaired and those 
with dyslexia, a learning disorder. Each visually im- 
paired student is issued a key to this study room so 
he or she may use the equipment as independently 
as possible. In addition to these facilities, the library 
has wheelchair accessible desks, a ramped entry, 
and braille signs in the elevators. 

The Association of Disabled Students (ADS), is a 
student organization which promotes awareness and 
acts as a support group. Members act as advisors to 
the administration on matters related to disabled 
students, raise money for the ADS scholarship fund, 
and participate in activities such as Wheel-A-Thons 
and an annual Christmas party. 

The students with the most obvious disabilities are 
those in wheelchairs, but many disabilities are not 
outwardly visible. A disability can take the form of a 
heart condition, color blindness, or chronic asthma. 
Even a broken leg or pregnancy are temporarily 
disabling. A large percentage of the disabled 
students at MSU are the result of spinal cord in- 
juries. These injuries are caused by a broken back or 
neck, and result in paralysis below the site of the 
injury. 

Many disabled students wish to portray the idea 
that they live normal lives other than the handicap- 
ped aspect. Disabled students live everyday lives 
and share the same interests in life as other 
students. Not only this, but they also have the same 
plans for the future. 

Blase Gaude, who graduated from MSU this 
December was President of the association of Dis- 
abled Students for the 84-85 school year. Blase was 




Mike Doyle - 
Jean Mallett, one of several MSU students with visua 
pairments, walks from her class in McCool Hall. 



38 / Handicapped Facilities 




amlett is an excellent example of the saying 
n do anything you want if you set your mind to 



I to Who's Who in American Colleges and 
ties this year, and is also a member in 
scholastic honoraries on campus, including 
Pi Epsilon, Society of Scholars, and Pi Kap- 
He also was the first student ever at MSU to 
legree in computer engineering and also has 
a degree in computer science, both with a 
. He says: "Nobody's safe! At any given mo- 
cm could end up with a spinal cord injury. I 
ought it could happen to me." 



Chris Reisner who graduated this year, has also 
been active on campus. He was the 82-83 school 
president of ADS, a member of the Association of 
Computer Machinists, on the Presidents Council on 
Handicapped, and a member of the Suttle Hall 
Council. Chris says he has high expectations for the 
future. He plans to return to his home on the West 
Coast to look for a job in computer science, his ma- 
jor. When asked about his disability, Chris respond- 
ed: "Other than a symptom of an injury or an illness, 
there is nothing that sets us apart from any other 
student. We're just regular guys doing re gular things 
and making the best of what we've got." 



Mike Doyle — All 



Carrie Yeatman 



. . . BUT 

EVERY 

INCH 

COUNTS 



Handicapped Facilities / 39 



"FOUR MORE YEARS' 



The election of 1984, will long be 
remembered as a turning point in American 
government, a "realigning election," as 
political scientists often say. 

The choice between the two major parties 
was the clearest choice in fifty years. 

The Democratic party, following the 
liberal course, charted by Franklin Roosevelt 
in 1932, presented a platform at their na- 
tional convention that was a repeat of 
Democratic party platforms of the past, with 
few exceptions. Major planks included sup- 
port for the Equal Rights Amendment, con- 
tinued enforcement of civil rights legislation, 
strong support for environmental protection, 
and protection of entitlement programs. 
New planks included support for a bilateral, 
verifiable nuclear freeze, restoration of taxes 
on the wealthy reduced under the Reagan 
Administration, and a moderate increase in 
defense spending, a departure from plat- 
forms of the past. 

The Democratic party's presidential 
nominee was a career Democratic politician 
from Minnesota, Walter F. Mondale. Mon- 
dale served as attorney general of Min- 
nesota, United States Senator from Min- 
nesota, and Vice-President under Jimmy 
Carter. He was a staunch supporter of civil 
rights, the E.R.A., nuclear arms control, en- 
vironmental protection, and continuation of 
entitlement programs. 

The Democratic party's nominee for the 
United States Senate from Mississippi was 
former Governor, William F. Winter. He 



served in the state legislature, as state tax 
collector, state treasurer, lieutenant gover- 
nor, and after two unsuccessful bids, gover- 
nor from 1980 to 1984. He has developed a 
reputation as a moderate Democrat of much 
conviction. His greatest claim to fame is the 
controversial Educational Reform Act of 
1982, which, for good or evil, changed the 
fundamental basis of Mississippi education 
for years to come. 

The Republican party platform of 1984 
called for military superiority over the Soviet 
Union, an amendment to the Constitution il- 
legalizing abortion, a constitutional amend- 
ment instituting prayer in schools, a retreat 
of the federal government from regulation of 
industry, reduction in entitlement programs, 
a constitutional amendment calling for a 
balanced budget, and a general return of 
power to state government. Gone was the 
Republican party's support of the Equal 
Rights Amendment, as well as its perennial 
endorsement of continued civil rights 
advancements. 

The Republican party's nominee for the 
presidency was incumbent, Ronald Reagan. 
Upon his election in 1980, Reagan em- 
barked upon his plan of New Federalism, 
characterized by deregulation of industry 
and a general return of regulations and 
responsiblity to the individual states. In 
foreign policy, Reagan pursued a policy of 
peace through strength. In the third world, 
Reagan took a tough anti-Marxist stance, 
sending American troops into Grenada and 




supporting rightist revolutionarie: 
Nicaragua. Reagan received much 
press for the massacre of American ti 
stationed in Lebanon on a "peace-keej 
mission. His critics charged that his fo 
policy lacked consistency. To Rea 
credit, he instilled a new sense of patri 
and material pride around the country. 
The Republican senatorial nomine 
Mississippi was Thad Cochran, the in 
bent. Cochran, the first Republican se 
from Mississippi since Reconstru< 
served in the House of Representative 
six years before defeating Dem 




Reprinted with special permission of King Features Syndicate, Inc 



Ronald Reagan and George Bush were reelectec 
the biggest electoral vote in the nation's history. 



40 / Election 



rice Dantin and Independent Charles 
s in the 1978 Senate race. He 
loped an image as a moderate, but his 
g record labeled him as a conservative, 
s considered a political lightweight by 
I and his opponent criticized him for be- 

"back-bench" senator. 
ie choice presented in this election was 
ar one between two very different pro- 
s for the future. The Democratic party 
j for a progressive continuation of the 
rights and Great Society programs of 
960's, with certain concessions to fiscal 
Hisibility. The Republican party called 

return to the laissez-faire ideals of an 
>r age, with a retreat of the federal 
rnment from many spheres of influence 



and a return of much regulation and respon- 
sibility to the states. 

On November 6, 1984, Americans went 
to the poles to vote for their man for the 
President. As the Electoral Votes rolled in it 
was clear who the winner would be: Ronald 
Reagan. Reagan and Bush went on to win 
the election with the biggest Electoral Vote 
this nation has ever seen. 

Here in Mississippi, voters let their choice 
be known as they reelected incumbent Thad 
Cochran to the Senate. 

The choices we have made as citizens will 
have a profound effect on our lives as we 
look to the future and the dawning of the 
21st century, [ft] 

Rickey Cole 




"Man Shall Not Liv( 



The vaulted ceiling and arched windows make the MSU 
Cafeteria an enjoyable place to dine for students and 
faculty alike. 

Dining Services cashiers have the task of punching 
Menu-Mate cards and taking money for meals, which 
sometimes proves to be a pretty hectic job. 





Pat Autry 



Scott Wa 



42 / Dining 



y Bread Alone." 




Pat Autry 



The Mississippi State University Dining 
services offer the students and faculty-staff a 
choice of where, when and what to eat. Be- 
tween the cafeteria, Bulldog Grill, and Union 
Grill, dining services are open from 6:30 
a.m. to 7:00 p.m. weekdays and from 8:30 
a.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Saturdays and Sun- 
days. There are other places to eat provided 
by dining services, such as, the Pegasus din- 
ing room at the Veterinary Medicine Com- 
plex, the bakery, and the Union snack bar. 

The MSU dining services try to please 
everyone by offering a wide selection of 
meats, vegetables, sandwiches, soups, 
salads, desserts and other tasty foods on a 
daily basis. 

One more place to eat on the MSU cam- 
pus is a hotdog stand in front of Allen Hall 
operated by David Jefferson. The stand sells 
such things as hotdogs, bigdogs, pretzels, 
potato chips, cokes and candy bars. 

So, as you can see, there are a multitude 
of choices for all meals, and the Director of 
the Dining Services, Mr. Levine, has worked 
hard to give you these choices. [/}] 



Kristiane Tatum 



The MSU Bakery provides a relaxed atmosphere for 
students, whether enjoying one of the bakery's delicious 
snacks or just chatting with friends. 

Students returning in the fall found many renovations in 
the Union Grill. Its new, unique design makes it much 
more efficient. 




Pat Autry 



Dining /43 



u 



SAY CHEEEESE" 




44 / Dairy Products 




It all starts right here. 

A Student worker packages cheese balls that are in 
such high demand, especially around Christmas time. 

Edam cheese is one of the more popular of MSU's 
Dairy products. 

Several types of cheese are processed in the Dairy In- 
dustries building. 









Organized in 1900, the Dairy Science pro- 
gram at Mississippi State University is one of 
the oldest departments at the University. 
The Dairy Science program prepares 
students for many different career oppor- 
tunities in a field that is in high demand all 
over the country. 

The program is divided into two areas: 
dairy production and dairy processing. Dairy 
production majors can find jobs in areas 
such as ownership, management, and in 
dairy support functions such as equipment 
sales. The dairy production major has 
classes dealing in management and business, 
the business end of farm production, and 
agriculture, quality control, efficiency, and 
nutrition. 

Dairy processing deals with developing 
products from the milk produced from 
farms. Courses dealing in science and 
business are the mainstay of the Dairy pro- 
cessing major's curriculum. Very much in 
demand, a dairy processing major can ex- 
pect jobs dealing in new product develop- 
ment, consulting to industry, and supervising 
processing plants. 

Research is a mainstay at Mississippi 
State, and the Dairy Science department 
does a large amount of the research done at 
the school. An operating dairy farm and pro- 
cessing plant are the laboratories for the 
department. The dairy farm develops and 
tests new procedures and equipment to in- 
crease the efficiency and quality of this most 



perfect of Mother Nature's foods. The dairy 
processing plant, a self-supporting opera- 
tion, is always striving for new and better 
ways to make a better marketable product. 
A major area of research that is presently 
being conducted involves totally sterile milk. 
The processing plant also markets products 
such as milk, eggnog, butter, sour cream, 
cheeses, and ice cream. These products are 
sold on campus with the exception of the 
cheese, which has even been served to 
President Reagan. The reputation of these 
fine products spreads the name of the 
university and the work being done here to 
people all over the country. 

As one of only six schools in the country 
with a dairy processing operation in addition 
to a dairy production operation, graduates 
of this school are in high demand. As a mat- 
ter of fact, the opening in industry far 
outweighs the ability of the schools to pro- 
duce graduates. The situation has been 
described as critical. Consequently, a 
massive recruiting effort is presently under- 
way for the school. 

The dairy science program at State is a 
major reason for the prominence of the 
university in agricultural circles. This 
respect is a reflection of the programs and 
people of Mississippi State. H^l 



Richard Wilson 



Mike Doyle 



Dairy Products / 45 



IN CONCERT 




Guitarist Kathy Valentine provides back-up vocals for 
many of the group's songs. 

It's always easy to spot dedicated fans at a Go-Go's 
concert. 



46 / Go-Go's 



THE GO-GO'S 




Saturday, Sept. 29, 1984 — the all 
female group, the "Go-Go's," treated all 
who attended their concert in Humphrey 
Coliseum to what was called by most a "sur- 
prisingly great" performance. 

The crowd was warmed up by the group, 
New Orleans' Red Rockers. The Red 
Rockers performed such songs as "Shades 
of 45," "Eve of Destruction," "Blood from a 
Stone" and "China," most of which came 
from their latest album, Schizo Phrenic 
Circus. 

Shortly after the Red-Rockers rolled out 
of the spotlight and a few changes were 
made on the stage, The Go-Go's walked into 
the spotlight. 

The group, dressed in eye-catching out- 
fits, performed their first song of the eve- 
ning, "Head over Heels." After several 
more songs, lead singer, Belinda Carlisle, 
removed her shoes, stating that she felt like 
dancing. 

The crowd was brought to their feet by 
the performance of several songs, but, 
perhaps, the most invigorating melody was 
the hit, "We've Got the Beat" which had the 
crowd dancing in the aisles. 

After performing such hits as "Turn to 
You" and "Our Lips are Sealed," the group 
left the stage after a splendid performance 
of "Vacation" only to return for 2 encores. 
All-in-all, the concert was a success. The 
lead singer seemed pleased with the group's 
performance, the band seemed pleased with 
their performance, but, most of all, the 
crowd seemed pleased. [Sj 

Bubba Greene 



Lead singer Belinda Carlisle gets into the beat of things 
while playing the maracas. 



Jim Prince — All 



Go-Go's / 47 



IN CONCERT 




On November 12, 7000 eager fans 
crowded into Humphrey Coliseum to see 
and hear the super-group Chicago. After a 
warm-up act by comedian Alan Kay, 
Chicago exploded into the spotlight with a 
cut from Chicago 17, "Along Comes a 
Woman." This song, as well as three others 
from that album — "Stay the Night," 
"Hard Habit to Break" and "You're My In- 
spiration" — brought roars of approval 
from the crowd-. 

In addition to these new cuts, Chicago 
performed several of their classics. "25 or 6 
to 4" and "Make Me Smile" gave the crowd 
samples of Chicago's fabulous horn section, 
featuring trombonist James Paknow, sax- 
ophonist and flutist Walter Parazaider and 
trumpeter Lee Laughnane. Pianist Robert 
Lamm proved his talent in a piano solo 
leading into one of the best numbers of the 
night, "Does Anybody Really Know What 
Time It Is?". Smash hits "Saturday in the 
Park" and "Hard for Me to Say I'm Sorry" 
drew the biggest responses of the night from 
the audience. "Colour My World," which 
was one of the band's biggest hits and was 
originally" sung by Chicago leader Terry 
Kath who died shortly after the release of 



Chicago's horn section is one of the many reasons for 
the group's continued success in the world of pop 



For most songs the group combined vocals with many 
different instruments to create a sound that was "uni- 
quely" Chicago. 



Chicago 11 in 1977, was performed at the 
concert by newcomer to the group, key- 
boardist, guitarist, and vocalist Bill 
Champlin. Unfortunately the beauty and 
delicacy of the song was lost in his rendition. 

Chicago left the stage after "Hard For Me 
to Say I'm Sorry," but returned for an°en- 
core. They reached back to their first album, 
Chicago Transit Authority, for "South 
California Purples" and then closed with 
"Get Away." 

Chicago is truly one of the most talented 
bands performing in the music world today, 
and they proved it with every song they per- 
formed. With a group of nine musicians, tim- 
ing is essential, but Chicago not only has no 
trouble orchestrating all of its members, they 
do it with a finesse that earns them hit after 
hit. rj 

— ' Amy Lee 



CHICAGO . . . 



48 / Chicago 












i 



Chicago / 49 



PETRA . . . 




Mike Doyle 



Petra, with outstanding vocalists and an outst 
band, made attending its concert very worthwhi 
most who attended, it was a learning experiei 
most had never been to a gospel-rock concert. 

The group mixed the punk style of dress and li 
with gospel songs to create a very unique perform 



The gospel-rock group "Petra" mac 
initial appearance on the MSU campij 
Sept. 27, 1984. This was a first as mos 
never seen a gospel-rock group perform 

Petra presented gospel music to 
who attended their concert in Hump 
Coliseum in a totally unique way. Bet' 
their punk style of dress and hair design 
their loud, rock form of music, the c 
reached the hearts of most with their lyr 

Most of those who had never been 
rock-gospel concert or, perhaps never h 
rock-gospel music, agreed that the r 
was excellent, and that the group gave i 
rific performance. |Rj 

~~~ Bubba Gr 



IN CONCERT 



50 / Petra 



ALABAMA . 




perstar country music group "Alabama" 
1 into Starkville on October 4, 1984. The 
j performed all their old hits for an almost 
city crowd. Even though the crowd of ap- 
mately 9,000 which flocked into Humphrey 
eum was slightly smaller than last year's 
d, most felt that the quality of the concert 
ust as good or better. 
ie crowd became really fired up with the per- 



formance of the group's ever-popular hit "Moun- 
tain Music." 

The group's two and a half hour performance 
left the crowd very pleased, but, what do you ex- 
pect from a group who was name d co untry 
music's "Entertainer of The Year"?!?! |j?| 

Bubba Greene 



Scott Norwood 
Randy Owen, lead singer for Alabama, gets into the 
mood of things while performing "Take Me Down." 



Alabama / 51 






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IN CONCERT 



52 / George Jones 



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October 26 saw the arrival of one of coun- 
try music's greats. George Jones, along with 
his band, the Jones Boys, gave one of the 
best concerts of the fall. 

Dan Seals, Jones' warm up, gave a solid 
show which included his hits "Nights Are 
Forever Without You" and his classic "I'd 
Really Love to See You Tonight." 

After a relatively short break, it was time 
for the man who everyone had come to see 
to walk out on stage. Jones' performance 
was far above what he is known for. It in- 
cluded many of his songs, which are his 
trademarks. Afterwards everyone was glad 
they came. The only complaints came from 
true Jones fans who wanted more. 

Along with the season change, from Fall 
to Spring, came a rythmn change ... a dif- 
ferent sound, but the same enthusiasm. 
"Kool and the Gang" — you hear the words 



and instantly think, "good music." This 
group has been turning out popular hits 
since the late 1970's. 

Most fans who attended their Spring of 
1984 concert felt that it was one of the best 
ever at MSU. The group performed such 
hits as the ever-popular "Celebration" and 
"Tonight." With brass sounds and outstand- 
ing vocals, they created an atmosphere of 
music in Humphrey Coliseum that was so 
characteristic of Kool and the Gang. 

After about an hour and forty-five 
minutes of great music, fans strolled away 
from the coliseum. From the looks on their 
faces and the excitement they showed, 
before, during, and after the show, one 
could easily deduce that the group's perfor- 
mance was nothing less than spectacular, [fl? 

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try Music's living legend, George Jones. 

and the Gang brought a touch of "Rock and Soul" 




Scott Waller 



Kool and the Gang / 53 



In "Tune" With the 



The music department at Mississippi State 
University had its beginnings in small drum and 
bugle corps that was only necessary for the 
military oriented school which existed here in 
1892. In 1902, a regular band grew from the 
seed planted by the small corps, providing the 
base on which to establish a music department 
for the university. Formal steps toward 
organization were finally taken in 1956, and 
the small department became official the 
following year. At this time the serving director 
of bands, Mr. W. Thomas West, was placed in 
the position of department head, a title which 
he continues to hold today. The new depart- 
ment with its band of 120 members and chorus 
performed for student entertainment, a priori- 
ty which is evident in the campus oriented 
entertainment of the musicians today. During 
this period, attendance for the university 
mushroomed, increasing the department's 
enrollment, but not facilities. 

What the department lacks in facilities, it 
makes up for in the quality of the curriculum 
and students it produces. Courses in in- 



strumental, voice, and piano, plus master's in 
each area are offered. Also classes such as 
chorus and music appreciation are offered to 
the general student body to fulfill fine arts or 
specific area requirements. The music school 
boasts 7 sections of music appreciation in this 
area of service programs to the university. To 
the public eye probably the most obvious role 
of this department is their representation of 
MSU to the community and state through 
various musical groups. 

That original small drum and bugle corps 
has grown to a stunning 300-plus members, a 
new record for the Maroon Band. The band is 
under the new guidance of Mr. Kent Sills, the 
former director at Amory. In the opinion of Mr. 
W. Thomas West, department head, the 1984 
Maroon Band "is the largest and possibly the 
best in the Southeastern Conference." Not on- 
ly has the band increased members, but 
specialized bands such as Symphonic and Con- 
cert Bands have been added. These bands, 
plus two stage bands, a clarinet choir, a wood- 
wind quintet and a brass quintet, entertain on 
tours and in performances. The Maroon Band 



encompasses some of these extensions wh| 
still managing to perform to the top qual; 
spectators love. During the fall, the bai| 
keeps spirit riding high as their music echo! 
throughout football stadiums around tj 
South. 

But the Music Department does not lira 
itself in the area of halftime entertainmei 
The University Choir headed by Mr. Jer 
Williams is also known for its half-time perfc 
mances. This choir is open to anyone at MS' 
and draws students from departments all ov| 
the university. Their concerts at the end 
each semester have proven popular, and tl| 
choraliers continued the tradition with th< 
presentation of "The Messiah." Anoth 
popular choral program is that of Madrig 
Singers. The Madrigal Singers are a mo 
specialized choir of twenty-three members wl 
are selected by audition. Their program knov 
as "The Hanging of the Green" is an invitatic 
to area children to celebrate Christm. 
together. The Madrigals also host Christm; 
dinner and the "Wassail! Wassail!" toast hole 




54 / Music Department 



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:ial place with students in their own 
ition of Christmas. The Madrigals can 
ind singing on the drill field during 
:oming, plus performing on statewide 
hroughout the year. 

slarships offered by the Madrigals, the 
n Band, and by the department attract 
music majors and other students. Cur- 
there are approximately one-hundred 
majors and between 1500 and 2000 
ts enrolled in music courses at State, 
who take part in musical and choral 
such as band and Madrigals receive 
edit for their efforts, but a change will 
2 this with a well-deserved 2 credits. The 
Dr band directors and teachers of music 
hout the south has enticed many 
ts to pursue a major in music education. 
SI) music department prides itself in the 
s of its graduates, who can be found do- 
ill throughout the southeast, be it in 
ing or teaching. Graduate Cheryl 
t Blackwood, the former Miss America, 
anted the department and university 





well in her quest for her title, and now has the 
honor of having a scholarship in her name. 

As its popularity grows, the music depart- 
ment is looking towards the future. As part of 
the building of the Creative Arts Complex, the 
department is patiently awaiting its turn in ex- 
pansion. It is these sights that they set 
themselves on, and the hope that music educa- 
tion will continue to blossom as it has from 
those small beginnings in 1892. 



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Jennifer Wicker 



The MSU Choir gave several performances, including, 
with the help of the Maroon Band and the Army ROTC, 
a salute to America at the State vs. Southern game. 



Mike Doyle 




This instrumental class was just one of the many classes 
offered by the MSU Music Department. Other classes 
were offered in voice and piano. 



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Mike Doyle 
Piano students were given the opportunity to perform 
during recital-hour. 



Pat Autry 



Music Department / 55 



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WMSB — Mississippi State University 
presented its first broadcast to State and 
Starkville on March 21, 1974. Today, staff- 
ed by 14 DJ's and advisors, Dr. Marcus L. 
Hickson III (Head of Department) and Robin 
Allen, WMSB airs daily from 4:00 PM until 
1:00 AM. Each DJ serves a 3 hour shift once 
a week, except DJ's not yet out of their first 
semester of Radio Broadcasting. 

The DJ's at WMSB are neither hired nor 
paid. They are offered an opportunity to 
gain hands-on experience at the radio sta- 
tion as part of a 6 course sequence. The first 
course in broadcasting offered by the com- 
munications department is CO 1301 /Radio 
Station Orientation. Only after passing an 
FCC (Federal Communications Commission) 
Rules Test and a Board Test are students 



This advanced broadcasting course offers an in-depth 
study of operating a radio station. 

Students get the feel of being a D.J. while working at 
WMSB. 

a Students take notes during a beginner's course of sta- 



icensed and allowed to work a partial shift 
on the air. The second semester of radio sta- 
tion instruction is CO 1311 /Radio Station 
Operation I. In this class students are given 
pointers on broadcasting and are encourag- 
ed to begin polishing up on technique. 
WMSB is not a commercial station, but a col- 
lege station, no advertisements can be sold. 
Therefore the station's support depends 
solely upon endowments, grants from local 
patrons, and an average annual $5,000.00 
allotment from the University. "Grants" are 
monthly donations of $50.00 for a daily hour 
of air-time. During this hour the station plays 
the type of music requested by the sponsor. 
This is our radio station. WMSB — 
Mississippi State University, Mississippi, 
96.7 FM. Call 'em up and let 'em know 
you're listening. \Rj 

Diana Vega 



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tion operation. 



Airwaves / 57 




Karen E. Robin 



58 / Trivia 






Trivia, anyone? 

\What is The Pink Panther in The Pink Panther? 
Probably not many people could answer that, but for players of Trivial Pursuit, this was a 
question that was asked during the game. 

In a world of Monopoly, backgammon and Scrabble, a new board game has entered into 
the scene. Instead of the luck of the dice, Trivial Pursuit requires the recollection of 
numerous trivia questions. The trivia fad has definitely hit Mississippi State and its 
students. 

In the Genius edition of the game, trivia questions on subjects such as science, sports, 
and geography are asked. Other editions such as the Baby Boomer edition, the Silver 
Screen edition, and the All-Star Sports edition are available for those playes that possess 
a talent in a certain subject. 

"It makes you realize how little you really do know," Sandra Kilpatrick, an Elementary 
Education major from Decatur said. Although the game sounds easy enough, the trivia 
questions can be quite difficult. 

The game was first introduced in the U.S. in 1982. But the board game doesn't come 
cheap to the buyer. The basic Trivial Pursuit game costs around $25 and extra card edi- 
tions cost about $20. 

"It's fun but nerve-wrecking. I feel so stupid afer playing," said Communications major 
Laschelle Jones from Carthage. "It makes twelve years of high school and one and one- 
half years of college seem like nothing." 

Tommy Jones, a BISQA major from Durant said, "It's an exciting, challenging game!" 

Now, what is The Pink Panther in The Pink Panther? A diamond, fjo 



Tamm\) Jones 



p\ What country has the world's highest 

~V population density? 

rT\ Who wrote Johnny's Theme for the 

^J Tonight show? 

tj\ Who said: "Our long national nightmare is 

UJ over" 

What soda fountain do Archie and his 

friends hang out at? 

31^U What is a capon? 

5L) What do cowboys refer to as tonsil paint? 



(G) Monaco 

(E) Paul Anka 

(H) Gerald Ford 

<Qy Pop's Choklit Shoppe 

oN) A castrated rooster 

toLJ Whiskey 



Trivia / 59 




Mike Doyl> 



60 / Database: Dorm 






Computers In The 

Office, 

Classroom, 

. . . Rnd Darm? 



home computer, or rather, a dorm 
i computer has become to many a 
issity for obtaining a college degree. 
\ have greatly eased the work loads of 
ents. 

igineering majors use them for com- 
ng their formulas, while for computer 
ice and data processing majors they are 
jst. Both of these have become popular 
)rs at State. Even history and an- 
pology majors can use them for compil- 
lata. 

n the other hand, computers are not all 
< and no play. Computers can be pro- 



grammed for many games, including 
Monopoly and all the video games. The only 
problem is that they usually can not be beat. 

The one thing that keeps everyone from 
having a computer is the cost. Even the 
small ones can easily run $500 while the 
top-of-the-line brands can cost thousands, 
excluding accessories. Some of the different 
components include the keyboard, the disk 
drive, the screen, a printer, and a modem. 
There are many brands on the market with 
the most popular ones being Apple, Com- 
modore, and IBM. 

Many students consider computers 



friends, which are indispensible. They are 
always there when you need them, and they 
will do whatever you want them to, and they 
will not talk back. One student said it was 
something to do when there was nothing 
else. 

However, students must remember that a 
computer can only tell you what you've pro- 
grammed into it. They can't think for 
themselves. They are simply there to 
shorten your time of computation. 



Frank Blakeney 




Database: Dorm / 61 




Scott No 



62 / Cultural Affair 




CULTURAL AFFAIRS 



The Union Program Council is a coor- 
dinating organization consisting of the Union 
Student Director, the Program Advisor, and 
the chairman of five program committees. 
Each committee sponsors special programs 
that relate to its special field of interest. The 
five committees and some of the programs 
they sponsored this year are: 
Lecturn — 

Disabled Students Week 

Bob Lucci-Violence in Sports 
Special Events — 

Trivial Challenge 

Bridal Fair 
Films — 

Weekly Movies 

Union-Activities Bookmarks 



Holiday Entertainment — 

Halloween Carnival 

Natl. Collegiate Driving 

Championships 
Fine Arts — 

Ruth Warrick of "All My Children" 

Union Lobby Art Shows And 

Entertainment 
The UPC also sponsors and organizes pro- 
grams as a combined unit. Such programs 
this year included: 

The Great American Smoke Out 



The Union's Birthday Celebration 



Diana Vega 




Warrick (Phoebe Tyler on "All My Children") 
rtained students with music from her album titled 
>ebe." 



Famed Criminal Lawyer F. Lee Bailey gave speeches in 
the Spring of 1984. 



Jim Prince 
Jesse Jackson spoke to MSU students during the cam- 
paign, brushing smoothly over chants from hecklers in 
the crowd. 



Cultural Affair / 63 



1984 



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January 1 — The Bell System broke up into 
eight smaller companies after midnight, 
New Year's Eve. 



January — Workmen began a 
$230,000,000.00 facelift job on the 
Statue of Liberty and surrounding Ellis 
Island. 



January 3 — The Syrian government 
released Lieut. Robert O. Coodman, Jr., the 
U.S. Navy flier who was captured by forces 
in central Lebanon a month before, after his 
plane was shot down. 



January 4 — Pope John Paul 11 forgave and 
reconciled with his would be assassin, 
Mehmet Ali Agca. 



January 22 — The Los Angeles Raiders 
beat the Washington Redskins 38 to 9 
in Super Bowl XVIII. 



February 7 — President Reagan ordered 
the Marine withdrawal from war-torn 
Lebanon. 



February 9 — Soviet leader Yuri 
Vladimirovich Andropov died after a 
long illness. 



February 22 — Twelve year old "David" 
died after being kept in a germ-free 
bubble all his life. 



February 20 — Konsantin Chernenko was 
announced to be the new Soviet leader 
after the death of Andropov. 





DEATH 



CONTROVERSY 






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PROGRESS VIOLENCE 

CELEBRATION 




March 25 — Jose Napolean Duarte was 
elected president of El Salvador in 
what International observers called the 
most free and open election in that 
country in more than 50 years. 



March 20 — The U.S. Senate voted against 
the controversial "Prayer 
Amendment." 



May — Pope John Paul II traveled to South 
Korea, Thailand, the Solomon Islands 
and Papua New Guinea. 



May 3 — David Kennedy, son of Robert 
Kennedy, was found dead at the age of 
28 in his hotel room at Palm Beach, 
California. 



May 4 — British and Lybian diplomats 
returned home after an eleven day war 
of nerves that began with the killing of 
a policewoman and ended with a break 
in diplomatic relations. 



May 6 — President and Mrs. Reagan visited 
China for six days. 



May — The Soviet Union, East Germany, 
Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Laos, 
Mongolia, and Vietnam announced that 
they would boycott the 1984 Summer 
Olympics in Los Angeles. 





May — Mission Specialist Bruce 
Candless took a "walk" in space. 



June 1 — President and Mrs. Reagan went 
to Ireland to maintain political harmony 
in the force of economic disunity. 



June 6 
Day' 



The fortieth anniversary of 
was celebrated. 




68 / 1984 



June 8 — The Steven Spielberg hit movie 
"Gremlins" first appeared on screen. 



July 13 — Micheal Jackson opened his Vic- 
tory Tour, which would tour more than 
a dozen cities. 



July 18 — Democratic National Convention 
was held in San Francisco. 



July 19 — Democratic presidential can- 
didate, Walter Mondale chose as his 
running mate Geraldine Ferraro. 



July 22 — Vanessa Williams was forced to 
surrender her title as Miss America at 
the request of pageant officials because 
she had posed nude for sexually ex- 
plicit photos. 



July 25 — James Huberty gunned down 
and killed twenty-one people at a San 
Diego McDonalds restaurant. 



August 5 — In the Summer Olympics, Carl 
Lewis won four gold medals. Mary Lou 
Retton won the all-round gold medal 
and led the gymnastics team to a silver 
medal. 

August 16 — John De Lorean was acquit- 
ted of charges of conspiracy to possess 



and distribute cocaine. 



August 23 — Republican National Conven- 
tion was held in Dallas, where Ronald 
Reagan and George Bush were 
nominated for re-election. 



September 15 — Princess Diana gave birth 
to Prince Harry, the second son of Prince 

Charles. 



September 20 — Billy Graham preached to 
over 2,000 worshippers in Leningrad, 
Russia's Lone Baptist Church. 



September — Bruce Springsteen, the Boss, 
transcended mere legend to become a 
symbol of all that was once right about 
America. 



September 24 — the Citrus Canker invaded 
and threatened to paralyze Florida's $1.2 
billion citrus business. 



Sepember 27 — A United States embassy I 
building in Beirut was devastated by a 
carbomb, suicide-attack, killing 12 1 
people. 

October 14 — The World Series in 1984 



saw the Detroit Tigers beat the 
Diego Padres four games to one. 



October 19 — Margaret Thatcher, Pi 
Minister of Great Britain, escapee 
jury when I.R.A. terrorists bombed 
hotel in which she was staying the r 
before the Conservative Party's i 
day annual conference. 



October — President Reagan announce« 
STAR WARS plan of defense. 



November 6 — President Reagan won 
election with the biggest electoral i 
in the nation's history. 



November 7 — India's Prime Minister, 
dira Gandhi, was killed by two i 
guards as she left her official reside 
in New Delhi. 






November — A devastating famine grip 
12 of 14 Ethiopian provinces. 



November 15 — "Baby Fae," the : 
human ever to receive an animal h« 
transplant, died. 




December 10 — Doug Flutie received the 
Heisman Trophy. 



December 10 — A methyl isocyanate leak 
at a Union Carbide plant in Bhopal, In- 
dia left more than 2000 dead and 
thousands more suffering. 



December 10 — Bishop Desmond Tutu was 
awarded Nobel Peace Pri2e for his bat- 
tie against "apartheid" in South Africa. 



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November 6, 1984 



Julia Hicks 

Editor 



Who's Who 



Hall of Fame 



Homecoming Court 



Mr. and Miss MSU 



Miss MSU 



Miss Reveille 



Staff 



Caryn Ackers 
Kenny Gibson 



70 / Limelight 



Limelight / 71 



Mississippi State University 




Vernon Barrow 



Miss. State, MS 
Political Science 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Maroon Band, 2 years 
Pi Sigma Alpha 
Phi Kappa Phi 



James Bell 



Biloxi, MS 

Mechanical Engineering 

Tau Beta Pi 

Phi Kappa Phi 

A. G. Holmes Scholarship winner 

Duggar Hall Council 



Annette Bergstrom 



Ocean Springs, MS 
Political Science 

Alpha Chi Omega, Rush chairman 
Alpha Lambda Delta 
Omicron Delta Kappa 
MSU. Roadrunners 



1985 

Who's Who 

Among American 

College Students 



One of the most outstanding national honors, Who's Who 
Among American College Students, recognizes the leaders of 
college communities. Selected this year by a committee of 
faculty and students were 56 students. Applicants were 
nominated by deans or organizational presidents and were 
judged on scholarship, participation in student organizations, 
service to the community and college, leadership, and honors. 




Dana Bonney 



Quitman, MS 
Business Administration 

Zeta Tau Alpha, president 

Cardinal Key Honorary 

Lambda Sigma Honorary 

MSU President's List scholar 



Judy Booth 



Eupora, MS 
Vocal Music 

Phi Mu, president 

Phi Eta Sigma Honorary 

Omicron Delta Kappa 

1984 Miss MSU 

Centennial Honor Society 



Barry Bridgforth 



Pickens, MS 
Banking and Finance 

Interfraternity Council, president 

Centennial Honor Society 

Blue Key Honorary 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 



72/ Who's Who 



Mississippi State University 




Joe Brown 



Leland, MS 
Accounting 

Student Association Treasurer 
Kappa Sigma, Rush chairman 
Beta Alpha Psi Honorary 
Blue Key Honorary 



Ann Bryant 



Brandon, MS 

General Business Administration 

Delta Gamma, president 

Student Association Executive 

Assistant 

MSU Orientation leader 

MSU Most Outstanding Greek 

Woman 



Ginger Buzhardt 



Jackson, MS 
Biology 

Kappa Delta, president 
Scotch Guard, chaplain 
Cardinal Key Honorary 
Centennial Honor Society 



Angie Campbell 



Grenada, MS 

Accounting and Business Data 

Processing 

Phi Chi Theta, president 

Chi Omega 

School of Accountancy Secretary 

Beta Alpha Psi Honorary 



Larkin Carter 



St. Francisville, MS 
Biological Engineering 

Kappa Alpha, Treasurer 
Phi Kappa Phi Honorary 
MSU Organic Chemistry Award 
Alpha Epsilon Delta Honorary 




Maria Cavazos 



Southaven, MS 
Fashion Merchandising 

Student Association Secretary 

Scotch Guard Secretary 

Zeta Tau Alpha, Parliamentarian 

Student Association Spirit of 

America Committee 



Candy Clanton 



Calhoun City, MS 
Communications 

MSU Roadrunners President 

Alpha Lambda Delta Vice-President 

Cardinal Key Honorary 

MSU Most Outstanding Roadrunner 

Award 



Niki Clement 



Madison, MS 
Biological Engineering 

Lambda Sigma Honorary 

Zeta Tau Alpha Pledge QPA Award 

Gamma Beta Phi 

Cardinal Key Honorary 



Steven Cooper 



Jackson, MS 
Industrial Engineering 

MSU Orientation leader 

Council of Black Student 

Organizations President 

Student Associations Senator 

Blue Key/MSU Outstanding 

Sophomore of the year 



John DeGroote 



Hurley, MS 

Political Science and 

Communications 

Pi Kappa Alpha Scholarship 

chairman 

Student Association Governmental 

Affairs Committee 

Lambda Sigma Honorary 

College Republicans 



Who's Who - 73 



Mississippi State University 




Carrie Dumas 



Mobile, AL 
Aerospace Engineering 

Tau Beta Pi President 

Most Outstanding Freshman in 

Aerospace Engineering 

Sigma Gamma Tau Vice-President 

Reveille Staff 



Lisa Estes 



Tupelo, MS 
Agricultural Economics 

Baptist Student Union 

Kappa Omicron Phi Social Chairman 

Gamma Beta Phi 

Union Program Council Special 

Events Committee 



Blase Gaude 



Natchez, MS 
Computer Science 

Upsilon Pi Upsilon President 
Disabled Students Association 
President 
Phi Kappa Phi 
Phi Theta Kappa 



Sherry Gore 



Columbus, MS 
Chemical Engineering 

Tau Beta Pi 

Mu Sigma Chi Treasurer 

Outstanding Junior Engineering 

Student 

Alpha Lambda Delta Honorary 



Sheryl Griffin 



Crowley, TX 
Biology 

Gamma Beta Phi President 
University Honors Program 
Beta Beta Beta Honorary 
Baptist Student Union 




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Jacqueline Hampton 



Jackson, MS 
Accounting 

Student Association Cabinet 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Panhellenic 

Representative 

MSU Roadrunner 

Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity 



Quilester Hill 



Greenwood, MS 
Banking and Finance 

Afro-American Plus President 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority 

Phi Theta Kappa 

Financial Management Association 

Honorary 



John Huntington 



Wesson, MS 
Biology 

Reveille Editor 

Phi Gamma Delta 

Centennial Honor Society President 

Omicron Delta Kappa 

Vice-President 



Karla Johnson 



Starkville, MS 
Accounting 

Centennial Honor Society 

Chi Omega Treasurer 

Cardinal Key Honorary 

Omicron Delta Kappa 



Lori Kimble 



Laurel, MS 
Education 

Pi Lambda Theta President 

Delta Gamma 

Omicron Delta Kappa Honorary 

Kappa Delta Pi 



74 / Who's Who 



Mississippi State University 




John King 



Brownsville, TN 
Agricultural Economics 

Phi Gamma Delta Recording 

Secretary 

School of Agriculture President 

Lambda Sigma Honorary 

Moorman Scholarship recipient 



Barry LaGrone 



Vicksburg, MS 
Accounting 

Circle K Vice-President 
Blue Key Honorary 
Beta Alpha Psi Honorary 
Phi Kappa Phi Honorary 



Susanne Loftis 



Germantown, TN 

English and Communications 

Sigma Tau Delta President 

Associate Editor to The Reflector 

Union Program Council Film 

Committee 

Turner Catledge Internship recipient 



Charles McBride 



Louisville, KY 
Industrial Engineering 

Student Association Attorney 

General 

Sigma Phi Epsilon President 

Blue Key Honorary 

Delta Gamma Anchor Brother 



Jay Milton 



Auburn, AL 

Business Information Systems 

Phi Kappa Tau Treasurer 

Blue Key Honorary Vice President 

Inter-Residence Hall Council Vice 

President 

Duggar Hall Social Programmer 




Fred Faulk — All 



Jim Moffat 



Jackson, MS 
Business Information Systems 

Alpha Tau Omega Vice-President 

Beta Gamma Sigma 

Beta Alpha Psi Honorary 

Blue Key Honorary 



Ben Morgan 



Jackson, MS 
Accounting 

lnterfraternity Council Treasurer 

Student Association Senator 

Kappa Sigma 

Lambda Sigma Honorary 

Delta Gamma Anchor Brother 



Ben Pace 



Coffeeville, MS 
Accounting 

Phi Delta Gamma Treasurer 

Student Association Judicial Council 

MSU Alumni Delegate of the Year 

Blue Key Honorary 



Mike Pettigrew 



Tupelo, MS 
Political Science 

Phi Kappa Tau 

Army ROTC Scholarship 

Duggar Hall Social Chairman 

Scabbard and Blade President 



Don Raunikar 



Ballwin, MO 
Educational Psychology 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

Blue Key/MSU Man of the Year 

Student Association Library 

Commission 

Baptist Student Union 



Who's Who / 75 



Mississippi State University 




Kelly Robinson 



Houston, TX 
Banking and Finance 

Reveille Section Editor, 3 years 

Phi Chi Theta 

Arbour Acres Hall Council Treasurer 

Financial Management Association 

Honorary 



June Scott 



Drew, MS 

Chemical Engineering 

Tau Beta Pi Honorary 
Circle K 

Omega Chi Epsilon Treasurer 
Phi Kappa Phi 



Susan Shirley 



West Point, MS 
English 

Chi Omega, president 
1983 Reveille Beauty 
MSU Fashion Board 
MSU Compass Club 



Al Sills 



Miss. State, MS 
Biological Engineering 

Kappa Alpha Vice-President 
Student Association Most 
Outstanding Senator 
Blue Key Freshman of the Year 
MSU Roadrunners 



James Stephens 



Tupelo, MS 
Banking and Finance 

Delta Sigma Pi Historian 
Gamma Iota Sigma Honorary 
Phi Kappa Phi 
Phi Theta Kappa 




Nancy Strahan 



Meridian, MS 
Management 

Stone-Hardy Apartments President 

Inter-Residence Hall Council 

Executive Assistant 

MSU Alumni Delegates 

MSU Musicmakers 



Angela Summers 



Brandon, MS 
Chemical Engineering 

Phi Theta Kappa 

Mu Alpha Theta President 

Omega Chi Epsilon Secretary 

Cardinal Key Honorary 



Susan Swoope 



Columbus, MS 
English 

Kappa Delta Editor 

Panhellenic Representative 

MSU Roadrunners 

Campus Crusade for Christ 



Clay Sykes 



Jackson, MS 
Engineering 

Sigma Phi Epsilon President 

Blue Key Honorary 

Blue Key Graduate Student of the 

Year 

Omicron Delta Kappa 



Suzann Terry 



Memphis, TN 
Public Relations 

Phi Eta Sigma Vice-President 

Zeta Tau Alpha Rush Chairman 

MSU Sophomore Homecoming Maid 

Cardinal Key Honorary 



76 / Who's Who 



Mississippi State University ~ 




Amy Tuck 



Maben, MS 
Political Science 

Student Association Director of 
Governmental Affairs 
Pre-Law Society Secretary 
Gamma Beta Phi Honorary 
Pi Sigma Alpha Honorary 



Terry Turnipseed 



Stark ville, MS 
Nuclear Engineering 

Alpha Nu Sigma President 
Truman Scholarship recipient 
Tau Beta Pi 
Alpha Lambda Delta Honorary 



Suzy Valentine 



Greenwood, MS 
Pre-Nursing 

Zeta Tau Alpha Scholarship 

Chairman 

Cardinal Key Most Outstanding 

Freshman 

MSU Orientation leader 

Scotch Guard Secretary 



Sandra Vandevender 



Pascagoula, MS 
Political Science 

Student Association Senator 
Pi Sigma Alpha Honorary 
Student Association United Way 
Chairperson 
Stennis Scholar 



Amy Walker 



Ocean Springs, MS 
Education 

Reveille Sports Editor 

Centennial Honor Society Secretary 

Delta Gamma 

Student Association Senator 




Fred Faulk — All 



Glenda Warren 



Laurel, MS 
Chemical Engineering 

Society of Women Engineers 

Vice-President 

Rice Hall Resident Assistant 

Tau Beta Pi Honorary 

Omega Chi Epsilon Honorary 



Murry Weaver 



Meridian, MS 
Mechanical Engineering 

Interfraternity Council 

Vice-President 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Blue Key Honorary 

Omicron Delta Kappa 

Delta Gamma Anchor Brother 



Merinda Wood 



Gautier, MS 
Chemical Engineering 

ROTC Cadet Corps Commander 

Alpha Psi Omega Honorary 

Scotch Guard Activities Chairman 

Scabbard and Blade Treasurer 



Steve Young 



Tupelo, MS 
Chemical Engineering 

Engineering Student Council 

President 

MSU Roadrunners Vice-President 

Theta Tau Vice-President 

Phi Kappa Phi 



Jaqueline Zanders 



Clarksdale, MS 
Business Information Systems 

Delta Sigma Theta Vice-President 

Afro-American Plus Vice-President 

Rice Hall Social Programmer 

MSU Maroon Band 



Who's Who/ 77 



S.A. President 

Mr. MSU 

Who's Who 

Kappa Sigma — Grand 

Master of Ceremonies 

Delta Gamma Anchor 

Brother 
Omicron Delta Kappa 



Sigma Phi Epsilon 

President 

Who's Who 

Omicron Delta Kappa 

Blue Key 

Elderstatesman 

Delta Delta Delta Big 

Brother 



Cardinal Key 

Centennial 

Omicron Delta Kappa 

Reveille Business Manager 

MSU Roadrunners 

John C. Stennis Scholar 



Miss Mississippi State 
University 
Phi Mu Sorority Preside 
Omicron Delta Kappa 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Lit 
Sister 
MSU Madrigal Singers 
Centennial 



Arts/Sciences 
Mike Agee 



Arts/Sciences 
Bobby Bateman 



Arts/Sciences 
Annette Bergstrom 



Education 
Judy Booth 




This year thirty-five 
outstanding Seniors 
were selected by their 
respective schools and 
colleges to appear in 
the Hall of Fame. 
Selection was based on 
percentage so that 
each of the schools had 
equal representation. 
As in Who's Who 
Among Students in 
American Colleges, 
the Hall of Fame 
recognizes the outstan- 
ding student leaders 
on the MSU campus. 




Donna Davis 

Business/Industry 



Carrie Dumas 

Engineering 



Scott Ferguson 

Engineering 



Lisa Gillis 
Business/Industry 



Phi Kappa Phi 

National Dean's List 

Beta Gamma Sigma 

Gamma Beta Phi 

Data Processing 

Management Assoc. 

Phi Theta Kappa Alumni 

Assoc. 



Tau Beta Pi 

Sigma Gamma Tau 

A. I. A. A. 

Newman Club 

Who's Who 

Engineering Student 

Council 



Blue Key President 

Engineering Student 

Council — President 

Lambda Sigma President 

Omicron Delta Kappa 

Who's Who 

Phi Gamma Delta 



Angel Flight 

Pi Sigma Epsilon 

Alpha Delta Pi 

Phi Kappa Phi 

Alpha Lambda Delta 

Phi Eta Sigma 



78 / Hall of Fame 



IFC President 
Omicron Delta Kappa 

Blue Key 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Who's Who 



Kappa Alpha 

Lambda Sigma 

MSU Cheerleader 

SCAVMA Representative 

AABP 



Delta Gamma Sorority 
Beta Alpha Psi 

President 

Phi Kappa Phi 

Omicron Delta Kappa 

Cardinal Key 

Who's Who 



Chi Omega 
Recording Secretary 
Corresponding Secretary 
Omicron Delta Kappa 
Centennial 
Cardinal Key 
Kappa Alpha 
Little Sister — 
Secretary 
Who's Who 



Business/ Industry 
Barry Bridgforth 



Veterinary Medicine 
Joey Carter 



Accountancy 
Lora Cox 



Arts/Sciences 
Cynthia Crawford 





Susan Hagerman 

Agriculture/Home 
Economics 



Elizabeth Henderson 

Agriculture/Home 
Economics 



Jerome Holton 

Arts/Sciences 



Maxie Hudson 
Graduate School 



Delta Sigma Pi 

Alpha Zeta 

Gamma Beta Phi 

Ag Econ Club 

Angel Flight 

Summa Cum Laude 

graduate 



Fashion Board 

President 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Little Sister 
Kappa Omicron Phi 

Pi Kappa Pi 
Omicron Delta Kappa 
Kappa Delta Pi 



Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Recording Secretary 

Society of Scholars 

Phi Kappa Phi 

Student Assoc, of 

Arts/Sciences 

President 

Dean's Advisory 

Council 

National Dean's List 



Educational Psychology 
Graduate Assoc. 

President 
Most Outstanding 
Educational Psychology 
Master's Student 
Phi Kappa Phi 
Phi Delta Kappa 
Dean's Cabinet 
Graduate Teaching 
Assistant of 
Educational Psychology 



Hall of Fame / 79 



UHP Council Chairman 
Phi Kappa Phi 

Alpha Zeta 

MSU Turf Club 

MSU Core Curriculum 

Committee 

Golf Course 

Superintendents Assoc, of 

American Scholarship 



Agriculture/Home 
Economics 

Melodee Kemp 



Pi Lamda Theta President 

Student Mississippi Assoc. 

of Educators President 

Omicron Delta Kappa 

Treasurer 
Delta Gamma Sorority 

Phi Kappa Phi 
Campus Crusade for 
Christ 
Kappa Delta Pi 



Education 
Lori Kimble 



Omicron Delta Kappa 

President 

MSU Alumni Delegates 

President 

Phi Gamma Delta 

MSU Outstanding Pre- 

Med Student 

Engineering Student 

Council — Vice President 

Tau Beta Pi 



Engineering 

David Martin 



Beta Gamma Sigm 

Alpha Tau Omeg< 

Data Processing 

Management Assoi 

Who's Who 
Omicron Delta Kap 
Blue Key 



Business/Industry 
Jim Moffat 





Michael Pettigrew 

Arts/Sciences 



Whitney Powers 

Architecture 



Don Rauniker 

Graduate School 



James Stephens 

Business/Industry 



Amy Tuck 

Arts/Sciences 



National Dean's List 

Who's Who 

Scabbard and Blade 

President 

Phi Kappa Tau M. O.O. 

Alpha Lambda Delta 

Army ROTC Battalion 

Staff 



Tau Sigma Delta 

National Student AIA 

Board of Directors 

Exchange Student 

Outstanding Young 

Women of America 

American Institute of 

Architects Scholarship 



Lambda Chi Alpha 
Blue Key/MSU Man of 

the Year 
Student Assoc. Library 

Commission 
Baptist Student Union 



Beta Gamma Sigma 

Phi Kappa Phi 

Delta Sigma Pi 

Wall Street Journal 

Award From Finance 

Dept. 

President's List 

Wesley Foundation 



Student Assoc. Direct 

Governmental Affair 

Pi Sigma Alpha Presidi 

Gamma Beta Phi 

Who's Who 

Academic Excellence 

Committee 
Omicron Delta Kappi 



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MSU College Republican 

Chairman 

Mississippi College 

Republican Federation 

Vice Chairman 
5A Senate President Pro 

Tempore 

Blue Key Vice President 

Farmhouse Fraternity 

Alpha Zeta 



Sigma Phi Epsilon 

President 

S.A. Attorney General 

Blue Key 
Omicron Delta Kappa 

Alpha Pi Mu 

Distinguished Military 

Student 



XI Sigma Pi 

Society of American 

Foresters 

Forestry Club 

Alpha Chi Omega 

National Dean's List 

Triangle Little Sister 



Kappa Alpha Little Sister 

Phi Kappa Phi 

Cardinal Cey 

Pi Lambda Theta 

Secretary 

MSU Scholarship 

Kappa Delta Pi 



College of 
Business/Industry — 

President 

Delta Sigma Pi Vice 

President 

Phi Kappa Phi 

Omicron Delta Kappa 

Blue Key 

President's Scholar 



Agriculture/Home 
Economics 

Travis Moore 



Engineering 
Chuck McBride 



Forestry 
Linda McMahon 



Education 
Laurie Parker 



Business/Industry 
Richard Parnell 





Amy Walker 

Education 



Glenda Warren 

Engineering 



Scott Williams 

Engineering 



Steve Winesett 

Accountancy 



Fred Faulk — All 

Stephen Young 

Engineering 



Delta Gamma Sorority 

Kappa Delta Pi 

Pi Lambda Theta 

Centennial 

Cardinal Key 

Who's Who 



Engineering Student 

Council — Secretary 

American Institute of 

Chemical Engineers — V. 

Pres. 

Tau Beta Pi Cataloger 

Society of Women 

Engineers 
Omega Chi Epsilon 
MSU Roadrunners 



Engineering Student 

Council — Treasurer 

Omega Chi Epsilon 

President 

Phi Kappa Phi 

Tau Beta Pi 

Mu Sigma Chi 

American Institute of 

Chemical Engineers 



Phi Gamma Delta 

President 

Blue Key 

Omicron Delta Kappa 

MSU Roadrunners 

Elderstatesman 

Outstanding Young Men 

of America 



Engineering Student 

Council — President 

MSU Maroon Band 

President 

Theta Tau President 

MSU Roadrunners Vice 

President 

Tau Beta Pi 

Phi Kappa Phi 



Hall of Fame / 81 



1984 

Homecoming 

Queen 

Suzanne 

Harris 



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Mary Lee Hammond 

Senior Maid 



Allyson Ashmore 

Junior Maid 




Chris Caff ey 

Sophomore Maid 





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Mike Agee, a senior in history, is from Memphis, Tennessee. Mike is active in the 
Student Association by serving as its President. He was also chosen as its "Most 
Outstanding Senator" for the 1982-1983 school year. Mike is a member of Kappa 
Sigma fraternity and was selected this year as National Undergraduate Man of the 
Year. Mike's other activities and honors include the MSU Hall of Fame, Who's Who 
Among American College Students, the National Dean's List, Omicron Delta Kap- 
pa, Blue Key, the Reflector's News Editor, and intramural sports. 






Amy All 
From Prentiss, Mississippi, Irene 
Dumas, a senior majoring in architec- 
ture, is very active on the MSU cam- 
pus. Irene has served as an Orienta- 
tion leader and is a member of the 
Roadrunners. A member of Chi 
Omega sorority and the Kappa Sigma 
Stardusters, Irene is interested in the 
Greek life. She has served as 
Panhellenic Vice-President and Presi- 
dent and was selected Queen of Bac- 
chanalia. Irene has also served the 
Student Association as its Secretary 
and a Senator. Irene's other activities 
include Omicron Delta Kappa and the 
Student-Faculty Organizations 
Committee. 



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Mr. and Miss MSU / 85 



Miss Mississippi 

State University 

Pageant - 1984 



Miss Mississippi State University 

Judy Booth 

First Alternate 

Sandy Vandevender 

Second Alternate 

Kathy Foster 

Third Alternate 

Kim Gregory 

Fourth Alternate 

Melissa Mott 



Fred Faulk 



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Kathy 
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2nd Alternate 




Bill Davis 



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Kim 
Gregory 

3rd Alternate 



Melissa 
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4th Alternate 



Fred Faulk 



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Missy Deaton 




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Baseball .96 




Football .....104 




Basketball 116 




Track 134 








Volleyball 138 




Golf 140 




Softball 142 




Intramurals 144 




Club Sports 148 




Staff 




Kelli Taylor 




Cindy Williams 



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Sports / 93 



HALFTIM 




94 / Halftime Highlights 



ilGHLIGHTS 




S. Waller, M. Doyle, and J. Prince 



Halftime Highlights / 95 



SO CLOSE TO 




If the third time is the charm, then 
the Mississippi State Baseball 
Bulldogs will be looking for 1985 to be 
the year of the Dawg. 

For two years straight MSU has 
missed the College World Series, held 
in Omaha, Nebraka, by one game. 

In 1983 the Bulldogs entered the 
finals of the NCAA Central Regionals 



in Austin, Texas, in the winners 
bracket, only to be beaten twice, by 
the soon to be 1983 National Cham- 
pion University of Texas Longhorns. 

State found themselves in the same 
boat in 1984, as again the Bulldogs 
reached the finals of an NCAA 
regional. Only this time MSU was the 
host. 



The Bulldogs were awarded the 
NCAA South II Regional. Five teams 
traveled to Starkville in hopes of go 
ing to Omaha — North Carolina 
South Carolina, University of Neu 
Orleans, Eastern Kentucky State, anc 
Appalachian State. 

State opened with a first round Iosj 
to South Carolina. The Bulldogs ther 
fought through the losers bracket tc 



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of that day. 

State, which finished 1984 with a 
46-17 mark, has reached the finals of 
an NCAA Regional five times since 
1978. Twice the Bulldogs won, in 
1979 and 1981, and advanced to the 
College World Series. 

Both the 1983 and 1984 Tour- 
naments were six-team regionals. Of 
the eight NCAA Regional Tourneys 
held each year only two are six-team 
affairs, with the other six being four- 
team events. 

It has been the opinion of most 
MSU fans, players and coaches that 
each year the Bulldogs could have 
won any four-team regional in the 
country. However, lack of depth in 
the pitching staff held the Bulldogs 
back in '83 and '84. 

MSU was ranked 6th and 4th in 
final Top Twenty polls published by 
Baseball America and Collegiate 
Baseball, respectively, even though 
Mississippi State did not make it to 
the College World Series. 

The Bulldogs started the 1984 

season ranked 4th in the nation. In a 
(continued on page 102) 







make it to the final day of the Tourna- 
ment needing to claim two wins to 
secure a berth in the College World 
Series. 

Again the Bulldogs came up one 
game short as the University of New 
Orleans stopped MSU by the score 6-3 
and advanced to Omaha. State had 
reached the finals after a 18-9 victory 
over South Carolina in the first game 




Second baseman Gator Thiesen turns one of the fifty- 
three Bulldog double plays. 



S. Waller 

Head Coach Ron Polk and assistant Brian Shoop 
watch as the 'Dogs strive for the College Baseball 
World Series. 



Baseball / 97 



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Bulldogs congratulate a teammate after a shot that put the game away. 

Above: Pitcher Gene Morgan follows through in one of his 21 appearances for the 'Dogs. He posted a 6-4 record 

and was second on the team in strikeouts. 



Baseball / 99 



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Will in action at first base, and waving to the crowd dur- 
ing halftime of the homecoming game. 



Power! If ever a single word described 
anything or anyone, it describes the MSU 
baseball Bulldogs and their Ail-American 
sluggers, Will Clark and Rafael Palmiero. 
Their achievements in baseball over the last 
two years have attracted national attention. 
After terrorizing SEC pitchers during the col- 
lege season, they took their respective 
shows on the road, with Rafael Palmiero 
returning to play with the Jayhawk League's 
Hutchinson Broncs and Will Clark joining the 
other Olympians in Los Angeles as part of 
the baseball demonstration. 

Rafael Palmiero's story reads like "the 
American Dream." In 1971, when he was 7 
years old, his family escaped Communist 
rule in Cuba and settled in Miami, FL where 
they have lived for the past 13 years. In 
June 1983, Rafael applied for U.S. citizen- 
ship, and he should receive it in either 1986 

Will Clark 



or 1987. 

From these less than favorable begii! 
nings, he has become one of the most prolifi 
athletes in MSU's outstanding baseba 
history. In his two years as a bulldog, he he 
hit 47 homeruns, had 172 RBI's, and has h 
.411. He led the SEC in homeruns as both 
freshman and a sophomore with 18 and 2 
respectively. As a freshman, he was third i 
the SEC in both batting average and RBI' 
with .406 and 78. In addition to leading th 
SEC with 29 homeruns as a sophomore, hii 
.415 batting average and 94 RBI's also le 
the conference which made him the firs 
modern winner of the Southeastern Cor 
ference's "Triple Crown." In summe 
league play, he led the Broncs with a .44' 
average, 24 homeruns, and 98 RBI's whic 
followed a 1983 season in which he hit .47) 
with 33 homeruns and 110 RBI's. 

Rafael has received honors worthy of hi 
achievements. He is a two-time All SEC am 
All South. In addition, Baseball Americ 
made him their only freshman All-Americai 
pick, and he was collegiate baseball' 
"Freshman of the Year." He was also 
first-team All-American as noted by Baseba 
America as Summer Baseball Co-Player c 
the Year along with teammate Will Clark. 

Will Clark's baseball career onl; 
resembles Rafael Palmiero's in results. / 
product of the competitive New Orlean 
parochial school system, he was a star a 
Jesuit High School, which also produced th 
premier pinch hitter in professiona 
baseball's National League, the New Yorl 
Mets Rusty Straub. As a senior at JHS, hi 
knocked 10 homeruns in 28 games and 31 
RBI's. Both of these results are schoc 
records. In American Legion baseball, hi 
team finished fifth in the American Legioi 
World Series. 

Following his stellar high school career 
Will came to join Coach Ron Polk' 



Mississippi State Bulldogs, and he secured a 
tarting job midway through his freshman 
(ear. That year he aided MSU to the finals 
If the NCAA Central Region Tournament at 
Hustin, TX. As a freshman, Will hit .337 
i/ith 8 homeruns and 29 RBI's in just 49 
ames. In his second year as a Bulldog, he 
mished second behind teammate Rafael 
'almiero in both homeruns and RBI's. Will 
ad 28 homers and 93 RBI's and hit a siz- 
ling .386. Twenty-eight homeruns is the 
econd highest number in a single season, 
lus his average was 1 homer in every 9 
mes at the plate. In addition to his heroics 
t the plate, Will ranks among the top in the 
EC with his glove. In his two year college 
areer, the Bulldog first baseman has com- 
litted only 11 errors in 899 chances. That 
i a fielding average of .988. Also his 542 
utouts as a sophomore is a school record. 

Mississippi State can be especially proud 
f Will Clark because of his representation 
f the U.S. on the Olympic baseball team. 
Liter making the team in Louisville, KY, he 
»t a torrid pace during the team's 27-4-1 
»cord in exhibition. He hit .393, had 13 
omeruns, and 35 RBI's, all team high 
larks. He did this in spite of missing parts of 

games with a shoulder injury and a 
Drained ankle. During the Olympic Games 
e hit .429 with 3 homers (tied for team 
;ad), and 8 RBI's in 5 games. Says Will of 
is Olympic experience, "It was much more 
lan I expected. I enjoyed it." 

Will Clark has also received his fair share 
f national acclaim. As a sophomore, he was 
rst-team All Western Division SEC, All- 
EC, All-South, and runner-up to Rafael 
almiero as MVP on State's 1984 team, 
'hich finished 45-16 and was runner-up in 
le NCAA South II region championships. 
lIso, Will Clark was named to the Sporting 
lews first team All-American team. In addi- 
on to being named Summer Baseball's 



Co-Player of the Year, Will Clark and Rafael 
Palmiero were named to the first ever 
Baseball America summer All-American 
team. 

Coach Ron Polk says of his two stars, "A 
coach usually gets a player like a Will Clark 
or a Rafael Palmiero every 10 years or so in 
college baseball. We are indeed fortunate to 
have two players blessed with tremendous 
ability on the same team. Both are class in- 
dividuals and outstanding baseball players 



with a great future ahead." J? 



Richard Wilson 



Rafael is congratulated by team after homer and shows 
his All-American form at the plate. 




Y. Kerby 




Rafael Palmeiro 



S. Waller 



Baseball / 101 



(continued from page 97) 
preseason press conference, Head 
Coach Ron Polk was excited about 
the season ahead. When asked about 
the high preseason ranking, he didn't 
know the Bulldogs were 4th in the na- 
tion, but he said they could be the 
best. 

The 1984 season brought about 
many milestones. Coach Polk reached 
his 327th coaching victory. Also the 
Dawgs had a 10-game winning streak, 
which helped them claim an early clin- 
ching of the Southeastern Conference 
West division. In addition, there were 
numerous individual achievements 
during the season. 

With eight seniors graduating from 
the 1983 squad the Bulldogs were ex- 
pected to contend, but not run away 
with, the SEC west title. 

State grabbed a season opening- 
game win as the Bulldogs stopped Liv- 
ingston 10-3. The Bulldogs then lost to 
Livingston in the next game and then 
to Ole Miss, before sweeping a double 
header from the Rebels. 






The Dogs then split with Arkansas 
State and swept Birmingham 
Southern to take a 6-3 record into the 
fourth week of the season. After split- 
ting a pair of games the Bulldogs 
swept a three game SEC clash from 
the Auburn Tigers, that started the 
eight game winning streak. Included in 
the streak were wins over Delta State, 
and a three game sweep of conference 
foe LSU in Baton Rouge. 

The Bulldogs then swept the 
University of Alabama in a three 
game series at Dudy Noble field, upp- 
ing their record to 21-6. 

State then beat University of 
Alabama Birmingham, took two out 
of three from Ole Miss, swept South 
Alabama and split with William Carey 
to advance to 27-8 on the year. 

The Bulldogs then broke loose win- 
ning ten straight putting a lot of points 
on the scoreboard. During the streak 
State beat USM 10-5, Jackson State 
19-8, Mississippi College 20-2, Loui- 
siana Tech 13-2, and Auburn 124 to 
regain 4th place in the Collegiate 



Baseball poll, and clinch the SEC 
West. 

State split with Arkansas and again 
swept LSU, before traveling to 
Alabama to finish regular season play. 

In a nationally televised game on 
ESPN, State claimed a 8-2 win from 
Alabama, before losing two games to 
the Tide as State dropped their only 
SEC series during 1984. 

Both Alabama, the SEC West 
runner-up, and MSU advanced to SEC 
tournament in Gainsville, Florida. The 
Bulldogs found themselves in trouble 
early as they lost an opening round 
game to the University of Tennessee. 
State then beat Alabama to stay alive 
before the Dogs were eliminated from 
the tournament. 



State played three 
games with University 



exhibition 
of South 
Alabama while waiting to hear from 
the NCAA selection committee about 
post-season play. 



Bulldog baseball fans enjoy action from the "Left Field 
Lounge." 



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entucky shortstop. 



Not only was MSU's season 
utstanding, but several of the 
iulldogs had impressive seasons as 
'ell. Will Clark and Rafael Palmeiro 
ave the Bulldogs a one, two punch 
iroughout the season as the duo bat- 
ed for the lead in the RBI and 
lomerun categories. Palmeiro claim- 
d the SEC's triple crown after hitting 
U5, 29 homeruns, and 94 RBI's. 

Clark, who had a .386 batting 
verage, 28 homeruns, and 93 RBI's, 
Iso represented MSU on the 1984 
ISA Olympic team, where he led the 
jam in batting. 

Both Clark and Palmeiro were nam- 
d to All-American teams. 

Senior Right Fielder Bob Locke 
flowed the two with a .312 batting 
verage and 44 RBI's. Dan Van Cleve 
'as fourth with a .300 average and 48 
BI's. 

Senior Short Stop Bob Parker was 
ext with a .298 and 31 RBI's. Gator 
hiesen also hit .298 and drove in 41 
ins. 

Designated hitter Bobby Thigpen 
it .276 and drove in 45 runs. 

Rorak McDonald also topped the 
150 mark with .253 batting average. 

MSU Pitcher Jeff Brantley earned 
onors on the pitching mound as well, 
rantley earned a 13-1 regular season 
»cord, and finished with a 2.65 ERA. 
rantley did not fair as well in post- 
aason play as suffered losses against 
outh Carolina in the opening round 
f the South II Regional and to New 
)rleans in the finals. 

All five MSU starting pitchers finish- 
ed the season above the .500 mark, 
■rantley, who finished the year at 13- 
, had a .813 percentage and a 2.65 
arned run average, and one shutout, 
rent Intorica followed Brantley with 
6-2 record for a .750 winning pecen- 
ige. Intorica had a 2.77 ERA. Will 
lcRaney was third with a 8-2 mark 
nd a 4.58 ERA. Senior Harold Myles 




compiled a 7-5 record with 4.71 ERA, 
Gene Morgan finished with a 6-4 mark 
and a 5.26 ERA. 

Brantley also led the team in strike 
outs at 115 in 20 starts. Brantley 
pitched 12 complete games. Morgan 
followed Brantley with 71 strike outs 
in 13 starts. Morgan was second in 
complete games with six. 

McRaney led the pitching staff with 
three saves, followed by Intorica with 
two, and Morgan with one. 

Palmeiro led the team in game win- 
ning RBI's with 10, followed by Clark 
with 9, and Thigpen with 5. 

Mississippi State outscored op- 
ponents in 1984, by a margin of 505- 
297, with the big inning being the 
third where the Dogs scored 91 runs. 

MSU Baseball attendance was at its 
usual high with 23 home games the 
Dogs had 77,102 fans attend, for an 
average of 3,352 per game. 

The highest attendance for a single 
game at Dudy Noble was 6,465 at the 
NCAA South II Regional as the 
Bulldogs lost to UNO. 

The highest attendance at a regular 
season g ame was 5,498 against 
Alabama. I R \ 



MSU 10, Miss. College 3 

Livingston 8, MSU 7 

Mississippi 2, MSU 

MSU 5, Mississippi 4 

MSU 3, Mississippi 2 

MSU 5, Arkansas St. 1 

Arkansas St .8, MSU 7 

MSU 7, B'ham Southern 2 

MSU 11, B'ham Southern 5 

MSU 10, Southeastern LA 2 

St. Francis (IL) 14, MSU 4 

MSU 6, Auburn 

MSU 6, Auburn 1 

MSU 14, Auburn 1 

MSU ll.St. Olaf 2 

MSU 16, Delta State 3 

MSU 17, Delta State 11 

MSU 14, Livingston 1 

MSU 4, LSU 2 

LSU 11, MSU 6 

MSU 10, LSU 4 

New Orleans 20, MSU 13 (7 inn ) 

MSU 15, New Orleans 13 

Mississippi 4, MSU 3 

MSU 8, Alabama 1 

MSU 5, Alabama 2 

MSU 10, Alabama 3 

MSU 8, UAB 4 (10 inn.) 

MSU 6, Mississippi 5 

MSU 3, Mississippi 2 

Mississippi 6, MSU 3 

MSU 5, South Alabama 2 

MSU 11, South Alabama 4 

MSU 9, William Carey 5 

William Carey 4, MSU 2 

MSU 10, Southern MS 5 

MSU 8, Southern MS 5 

MSU 19, Jackson St 8 (7 inn.) 

MSU 12, Jackson St 1 

MSU 20, Miss College 2 

MSU 4, Louisiana Tech 2 

MSU 13, Louisiana Tech 2 

MSU 5, Auburn 2 

MSU 12, Auburn 4 

MSU 9, Arkansas 8 

Arkansas 10, MSU 9 (10 inn.) 

MSU 5, LSU 1 

MSU 8, LSU 

MSU 3, LSU 

MSU 8, Alabama 2 

Alabama 4, MSU 3 

Alabama 10, MSU 3 

MSU 11, New Orleans 7 

Tennessee 13, MSU 11 (SEC) 

MSU 8, Alabama 4 (10 inn ) (SEC) 

Tennessee 8, MSU 3 (SEC) 

South Carolina 4, MSU 1 (NCAA) 

MSU 1 1 , New Orleans 4 (NCAA) 

MSU 13, Eastern Kent. 8 (NCAA) 

MSU 18, South Carolina 9 (NCAA) 

New Orleans 6, MSU 3 (NCAA) 



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TB 


24 


CB 


25 


OE 


26 


SE 


27 


WB 


28 


QB 


29 


QB 


30 


QB 


32 


QB 


33 


KS 


34 


LB 


35 


DB 


36 



mi 






. 






Tommy Armstrong 


TB 


37 


Johnny Carr 


DB 


38 


Rodney Peters 


TB 


40 


Barry Winford 


SE-DB 


41 


Dwayne Brown 


B 


42 


Mike Harper 


DB 


43 


R. J. McKenna 


FS 


44 


Ronald Winford 


B 


45 


Tom Nichols 


SS 


46 


Jim Cumberbatch 


TB 


47 


Carlo Pierre 


FB 


48 


Jeff Patton 


HB 


49 


Hosea Wonsley 


RB 


50 


Calvin Robinson 


HB 


51 


Kenny Rogers 


HB 


52 


Johnny Gussio 


DB 


53 


Bennie Thomas 


CB 


54 



Marvell McKelphin 
Mikel Williams 
Derrick Richardson 
Keith Neal 
Leon Cannon 
W. C. Johnson 
Elmer Wilson 
Chris Clausell 
Stuart Whitener 
Earnest Ashford 
Varner Rencher 
Jason Little 
Joey Dudley 
Jeff Brittian 
Andre Harris 
Cedric Corse 
Garry Frank 



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Head Coach: Emory Bellard 





75 


John Fitzgerald 


76 


Frank Harbin 


77 


Alvin Robinson 


78 


William French 


79 


Scott Wilbanks 


80 


Andri Shegog 


81 


Paul Young 


82 


Louis Clark 


83 


Mike Ingle 


84 


John Lowe 


85 


Jimmy Wilkerson 


8b 


James Bloodworth 


87 


Art Mordecai 



OG 
OT 
OT 
DE 
OG 
TE 
TE 
WB 
DT 
SE 
TE 
SE 
SE 







Jim Prince 


88 


Corwyn Aldredge 


T 


89 


Tim Cross 


DE 


90 


Ermon Green 


LB 


91 


Derrick Frazier 


DE 


92 


Mark Bennett 


T 


93 


Mike Guttuso 


DE 


94 


Eric Mell 


DE 


95 


William Johnson 


DT 


96 


Michael Simmons 


IL 


97 


Darrell Moore 


DT 


98 


Elvis Butler 


DT 


99 


Aaron Pearson 


LB 





Mike Doyle 


Malcom Barnes 


LB 


Todd Kirkland 


C 


Maury Hull 


DE 


Rusty Brown 


OG 


Danny Sanders 


OG 


Kevin Walker 


C 


Samuel Epps 


LB 


Patrick Swoopes 


DT 


Stan Sims 


OG 


Chris Hutchins 


OT 


Mitchell Barlow 


DT 


Bill Fitzgerald 


LB 


Drake Hurley 


OT 


Joe Estay 


OT 


Scott Miller 


DE 


Kevin Engelhardt 


OT 


Harold Riais 


OL 



1984 Football Results: 












MSU 


30 


Tulane 


3 


MSU 


13 


Kentucky 


17 


MSU 


14 


Colo. St. 


9 


MSU 


12 


Memphis St. 


23 


MSU 


30 


Missouri 


47 


MSU 


21 


Auburn 


24 


MSU 


12 


Florida 


27 


MSU 


20 


Alabama 


24 


MSU 


27 


S. Miss. 


18 


MSU 


16 


LSU 


14 






Egg Bowl 


MSU 3 


Ole Miss 24 







Football / 105 




Youth, inexperience, change, and 
tragedy. All of these negatives met 
the Mississippi State Bulldogs as they 
started their 1984 season. Two new 
coaches, a new offensive formation, 
six returning starte'rs and the death of 
a teammate during the summer added 
up to what seemed to be insurmount- 
able odds against the team. However, 
despite a less than sterling record. 
They were a force to be reckoned 
with. 

Only six returning starters greeted 
Head coach Emory Bellard along with 
new offensive and defensive coor- 
dinators Tom Goode and Melvin 
Robertson. Coach Goode was an Ail- 
American center at State in the late 
fifties, and has coached previously at 
Ole Miss and Alabama. Coach Robert- 
son served under coach Bellard at 
Texas A&M and has come back to 
football from private business to take 
the position at Mississippi State. The 
hardest hit area was the offensive 
backfield where none of the former 
starters returned. Included in this list 
was quarterback John Bond, a four 
year starter and the number three 
man on the S.E.C.'s all-time offensive 
list. 

What greeted those young players 
was a new offensive formation, and 
the realization that a friend wouldn't 
be returning. Fullback Sammy 
Williams was a victim of a drowning 
accident. The accident snuffed out a 
potentially bright future as Sammy 
Williams was slated as a starter follow- 
ing spring practice. 

Coach Bellard decided to scrap his 
wishbone formation following a 
season in which he found scoring dif- 
ficult. The new I-formation is a more 
wide open attack and is more ver- 
satile. "We all knew something was 
up when Coach Bellard started say- 
ing, 'You're a tailback, you're a 
wingback' during Spring practice." In 



Swoopes, Pearson, and Corse lead the defensive 
charge against the Golden Eagles. 



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108 / Football 



the wishbone formation there are no 
such designations. 

Overcoming these adversities 
would not prove to be an easy task. 
However, the confidence 
demonstrated by the team more than 
made up for any lack of experience. 
Coach Bellard said, "It's a very simple 
fact that we've got a lot of young, un- 
proven football players. They haven't 
had much game experience, but I 
have a lot of confidence in them and 
think they will prove to be good foot- 
ball player." The confidence that their 
football coach showed in them seem- 
ed to be infectious for the team. Ac- 
cording to senior tight-end Corwyn 
Alredge, "We're anxious to prove 
that we've got a good team, and I 
think you're going to see a big change 
in Mississippi State football this fall." 

"We're going to give it our all this 
year and give our fans something to 
look forward to," praised junior defen- 
sive tackle, Pat Swoopes. 

The Bulldogs unveiled the 1984 edi- 
tion of the team following closed prac- 
tices during the spring and fall against 
the Tulane Green Wave. Despite a 
slow start, the young Dogs proved 
that all the pre-season hypes about 
their inadequacies were unfounded. 
Wearing their new jerseys, which are 
naroon with two white stripes going 
down the sleeves for home games and 
the other way around for road trips, 
the Bulldogs exploded out of the I- 
formation with 509 total yards and 30 
points. Of the 303 yards that came on 
the ground, freshman Jim Cumber- 
batch, a transfer from Illinois, had 89 
yards while quarterback Don Smith 
had 81 yards rushing and two 
touchdowns in addition to 181 yards 
passing and another touchdown. 

The defense also had a big day as 
they held the Green Wave to Just 123 



Sophomore Quarterback Don Smith and teammates 
celebrate after a score. 

Halfback Mikel Williams leaves the Auburn Tiger 
defender behind. 



total yards, including an 0-13 perfor- 
mance by starting quarterback Ken 
Karcher. 

In response to the doubters and 
doom-sayers, Coach Bellard express- 
ed his relief by saying, "Well, put a 
dot underneath it (the I-formation) and 
call it an exclamation point." 

The Colorado State Rams of the 
Western Athletic Conference were the 
next victims of Mississippi State's po- 
tent offense and stubborn defense. 
Although the score was a seemingly 
close 14-9, the Dawgs were never 
pressured. Once again the big guys for 
the offense were Cumberbatch and 
Smith. Jim Cumberbatch ran for 155 
yards on 21 carries — the best 
rushing average for an MSU back in 



three years. Don Smith iced the win 
for State with a 19 yard run in the 
fourth quarter to up the score to 14-3. 
Coach Bellard was naturally pleased 
with the win, but saw many areas of 
improvement. The deferise was one of 
the areas that didn't need much im- 
provement, however. In 1983, the 
Rams were ranked sixth nationally in 
passing. The Bulldogs held them to 
just 192 yards through the air. Middle 
linebacker Aaron Pearson, a transfer 
from Itawamba Junior College, led the 
defensive charge with an awesome 15 
total tackles and a quarterback sack, 
including 9 solo stops against the CSU 
tailback. 

Following the impressive perfor- 
mances against Tulane and Colorado 
State, the Bulldog's youth started to 






J. Prince 

Receiver John Lowe advances the ball in action against 
Kentucky. 

Coach Melvin Robertson gets a victory ride on Aaron 
Pearson's shoulders after win. 



show itself. The 2-0 Dawgs travelled 
to Columbia, Missouri to take on the 
0-2 Missouri Tigers. This record was 
misleading however, as both losses 
were close and followed furious bat- 
tles. It turned out to be the Dawgs 
turn to self-destruct following an im- 
pressive showing. While Mississippi 
State controlled the first half, six 
turnovers handed the ballgame, 47-30, 
to the clearly outclassed Tigers. 

Following the disheartening loss to 
the Tigers, State was once again on 
the road to take on the troubled 
Florida Gators. Florida's athletic pro- 
gram was under NCAA scrutiny for 
recruiting violations and many ex- 
pected them to fold under the 
pressure. After the first half, this ap- 
peared to be the case. However, a 
dubiously called fumble in the third 
quarter turned the game momentum 
over to Florida. The score at the time 
of the fumble was 12-7 in favor of 
Mississippi State. The fumble resulted 
in a 71 yard-14 play scoring drive for 
the Gators, and gave them the break 



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they needed. 

A major concern of the coachini 
staff was the fact that while thj 
Bulldogs controlled the first 3; 
minutes of the game, they could onl 
manage one touchdown. 

Following the loss, State was 2- 
and hungry for a win. Adding to thj 
hunger was the fact that the nex 
game of the season was against arcf 
rival Southern Mississippi. 



Seven years of disppointment an:| 
frustration against the University c 
Southern Mississippi ended Saturday 
October 6, 1984. It was then that tl 
Bulldogs soundly beat the Eagle 
27-18. 

Once again, the big offensive gui 
was quarterback Don Smith. In thrj 
first quarter, he connected on a 5( 
yard touchdown pass with Loui 
Clark for the first score of the game 
Smith's touchdown runs of 84 and 5( 
yards blew open the game in th< 
fourth quarter. Artie Cosby added 'l 
field goals and 3 extra points. 

The defense allowed a total of 384 
yards in the game, but they wert 
tough when they had to be. The^ 
sacked Eagle quarterback Roberl 
Ducksworth, a Don Smith clone, £ 
times for minus 34 yards. They alsc 
had an emotional 4th and inches stand 
which stopped an Eagle scoring drive 
held in Bulldog territory. Pat Swoopes 
led the defense with 10 solo stops. 

Following the emotional win over 
USM, the University of Kentucky 
came to Scott Field for Homecoming. 
Because of the emotion showed by 
the Dogs against the Eagles, a 
blockbuster performance was ex- 
pected. Such was not the case. While 
the Bulldogs failed to beat the 14-0 
Wildcats, their performance made 
believers of many doubters. 

All present agreed that State 
should have won the game. A wrong 
guess by the Bulldog coaching staff 



110 /Football 



id an alert play by Kentucky punter 
iuI Calhoun brought the Dogs down 
a 17-13 battle. At the time of the 
ke punt, the score was 13-10 with 
e Bulldogs ahead and in control of 
e defensive struggle. 

Kentucky scored first on 31 yard 
>ld goal by sensational sophomore 
rtie Cosby of Starkville in second 
larter and a 56 yard touchdown 
iss from Don Smith to Louis Clark in 
d quarter. 

Defensively, the Bulldogs continued 
eir impressive play. This is evident 

the fact that they made nine tackles 
r 52 yards in losses and broke up 
ur passes. Cedric Corse led the 
large with 12 tackles, Aaron Pear- 
>n and Jean Cannon had 11 each, 
id Cannon recovered a fumble at the 
:ate 20 to stop a first quarter scoring 
■ive. 



The darkest news for State fans 
was the loss of Stellar running back 
Jim Cumberbatch to a knee injury. 

Torrential rains, high winds, and 
cold temperatures combined to make 
things for both the Bulldogs and the 
Memphis State Tigers who squared 
off at Liberty Bowl Memorial 
Stadium-Rex Dockery Field. Three 
first quarter fumbles deep in Memphis 
State territory by the Dawgs resulted 
in 9 points for the Tigers and momen- 
tum which they never relinquished as 
they went on to win 23-12. Those 
points resulted in the only offense by 
either team in the first half. 

In the second half, the Tigers 
scored on two lay plays, a 75 yard 
pass and a 67 yard run. These scores 
were all that the Tigers needed. 

Two late scores by the Dogs led to 



some excitement for Bulldog fans and 
tense moments for Tiger fans. Don 
Smith scored the first one on a 5 yard 
run, and Mikel Williams scored the 
final one on an 8 yard run. Split-end 
Art Mordecai was the star for the 
Bulldogs as he led all receivers in the 
game with 3 interceptions for 125 
yards. Memphis State's touchdown 
pass was their only completed pass. 
Freshman Rodney Peters, who replac- 
ed Kenny Rogers after his leg was cut 
badly after being tackled out of 
bounds, was the leading Bulldog 
ground gainer with 54 yards on 16 

carries. 

(continued on page 112) 



Calvin Robinson finds a hole in the Eagles defense. 




S. Waller 



Football /111 



The Auburn Tigers/War 
Eagles/Plainsmen showed up at Scott field 
next, touting a 5-2 record and a 12th place 
ranking. At that point. Auburn was a half 
game behind Georgia in the S.E.C., while 
the Bulldogs were riding a 2-game losing 
streak. Bulldog fans also remember that it 
was an Auburn protest in 1975 that out- 
lawed "Artificial Noise-Makers" at S.E.C. 
games. 

Bulldog fans, toting a fair number of those 
"Artificial Noise-Makers," had much to ring 
about as the Dawgs took an early 14-0 lead 
following a surprising move by the MSU 
coaching staff. Generally considered a run- 
ning team, Don Smith threw 7 passes on 8 
plays, including a 58-yard touchdown strike 
to Senior split-end Art Mordecai. 

The Tigers showed the character of a 
Top-20 team on their next drive moving the 
ball 68 yards on 12 plays. Coach Pat Dye, 
usually a conservative play caller, twice 
decided to go for the first down on fourth 



down during the drive. 

While the first half belonged almost ex- 
clusively to the Bulldogs, the second half 
was all Auburn. Holding the Dawgs to just 
49 yards offense in the 2nd half, the Tigers 
tied the game with just over 3 minutes left. 
After a Bulldog punt, Auburn kicked the 
game-winning field goal with 2 seconds on 
the clock. Chalk another one up as 
experience. 

State once showed an all-out, hell-bent-for- 
leather game plan against the Crimson Tide 
of Alabama. Don Smith went 7-of-10 for 103 
yards while he ran for 30 more yards before 
he knocked out of the game with 13:06 left 
in the first half. His heroics did result in a 
10-0 lead following a 7-yard touchdown pass 
to Art Mordecai and a field goal by Artie 
Cosby. The score was 13-0 and there were 
26 records left in the first half when Bama 
finally scored, making the score 13-7 at half 
time. Once again, however, the third 
quarter proved the State downfal 1 . A fumble 



on the first play of scrimmage and an 
terception led to 10 points for the Tide. ' 
Dawgs did punch-out a four-play 78-y 
scoring drive, but no more offense could 
generated by the Bulldogs behind back 
quarterback Orlando "Butter" LundU 
sophomore from Louisiana. The Tide \ 
also helped by a lucky bounce of sorts. V 
7:37 left in the game, Quarterback M 
Shula threw to flanker Greg Richardson v 
was covered as well as a person could b 
MSU Cornerback Bruce Plummer. Plumr 
made an almost perfect pass deflection ; 
as a result lost his balance. The ball \ 
deflected before hitting the ground by 
heel, and into the hands of Richardson, v 
bobbled it twice and waltzed into the < 
zone. Another heartbreaking way to los 



Place-kicker Artie Cosby boots the winning field 
against the Tigers of LSI). 




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ballgame that was dominated by the 
Bulldogs. 

A way to save face, a chance to knock the 
Tigers out of the Sugar Bowl, and a four 
game-winning streak against LSU was on the 
line two weeks later at Scott Field. Also, Mr. 
Bob Hartley, a 39-year veteran of MSU 
Sports Information Department, was being 
honored before the game. All these factors 
combined to fire up the Bulldogs for the big- 
gest Bulldog upset since the last time the 
Bayou Bengals came to Scott Field. The last 
game to be played in 32,500-seat Scott 
Field, proved to be the most exciting of the 
year for Bulldog fans. Starter Orlando Lun- 
die sparked the crowd with his uncanny 
ability to scramble out of trouble as he end- 
ed up with 115 yards rushing for the day 
and was named SEC offensive co-player of 
the week. In addition, he made key comple- 
tions for first down, seemingly whenever 
they were most crucial. The Bulldogs first 



Fullback Mikel Williams breaks the tackle of linebacker 
Greg Carr of Auburn to score the Dogs' second 
touchdown. 



score came on a broken play. The motion 
man had not completely crossed the field 
and ended up in the exact place that the 
running back was supposed to go. Lundie 
saw this and bent back to go in untouched. 
Plays like this highlighted the game and 
especially the Bulldogs final drive. A big 17- 
yard completion to Art Motdecai on a third- 
and-12 play kept the drive going. Seniors 
Corwyn Aldredge and Mikel Williams also 
had big games offensively for the Dogs. 

The biggest story of the day, however, 
was the Tigers inability to move the ball 
against an inspired Mississippi State 
defense. The highly-touted duo of Dalton 
Hilliard and Barry James was held to only 
93 yards after averaging nearly 200 yards a 
continued to page 1 14 



Football/ 113 




game between them. Also, the secondary 
shut down an equally potent passing game. 

Artie Cosby once again came through 
with three field goals, one a game-winning 
27-yarder. LSU's attempt at a 59-yarder 
with 30 seconds left fell short to secure the 
victory. 

The win set off a celebration long in com- 
ing at MSU. As fans swarmed the field and 
dismantled the goal posts, tears of relief 
streamed down the faces of fans, players, 
and coaches alike. 

Riding this crest of spirit, the Bulldogs 



Mike Doyle 

traveled to Jackson for the "Battle for the 
Golden Egg," in the "Egg Bowl." A national 
television audience joined the crowd of a 
mostly maroon and white 52,766 to watch 
the Mississippi State Bulldogs take on the 
University of Mississippi Rebels. All the 
spirit and cheering couldn't help the obvious- 
ly emotionally drained Bulldogs as they lost 
24-3 following a blockbuster performance. 
The Rebels took a 7-0 lead into the 



Elvis Butler drags down LSU Tiger runningback Dalton 
Milliard 



114/ Football 



)om at halftime after dominating the first 
alf. Reb quarterback Kent Austin's bootleg- 
ng and pinpoint passing befuddled the 
ulldog defense while the highly fouled 
ebel defense showed why they are so 
ghly regarded. 

Don Smith took over from Orlando Lun- 
e and led the Dogs to a field goal from Ar- 
2 Cosby. No more offense could be gener- 
:ed, however, and the Rebs proceeded 



proceeded to pick apart Bulldog defense. 

After fumbling the ball on the kickoff, 
Rebel returner Lee Davis recovered it and 
raced seven yards for the game-breaking 
touchdown. 

Down to the wire games and missed op- 
portunities highlighted the young Bulldog 
season. The silver lining to this cloud is that 
it follows an excellent recruiting year and 
that the youth means that much experience 



will be back. All these factors considered 
you can bet that the Bulldogs are poised for 
a successful 1985 campaign. |/j| 

Richard Wilson 



Defensive standout Aaron Pearson moves in to tackle 
the Rebel running back. 




BASKETBALL 



MSU BULLDOG BASKETBALL ROSTER 



No. 


Name 


Pos. 


4 


Gary Caveness 


G 


5 


Ken Harvey 


G-F 


10 


Jeff Norwood 


G 


11 


Chris Hall 


G 


13 


Chauncey Robinson 


G-F 


20 


Hubert Henderson 


C-F 


21 


Clyde Tables 


G 


22 


Jeff Wulff 


C 


24 


Tracy Taylor 


G 


25 


Tony Robinson 


F 


30 


Rembert Martin 


G 


31 


Ervin Dillon 


F 


32 


Mark Peters 


G-F 


45 


Todd McCaskill 


G-F 


54 


Raymond Brown 


F 


HEAD COACH. Bob Boyd 




Assistant 


Coaches Larry Eustachy, John 


Brady, 


Richard Williams 




Graduate Assistants Kermit Koenig, Butch Pierre 



Coach Boyd looks on in the Dogs first home game. 




Scott Norw Id 




JoeD< 



116/ Men's Basketball 



Surprise! 

The Mississippi State Basketball Bulldogs 
Jded a surprise element to the 
)utheastern Conference race in the early 
»ing, although no one took the Bulldogs 
[htly as State finished the first half of SEC 
und robin in a three-way tie for first place. 
Picked, in pre-season polls, to finish ninth 
the conference, head coach Bob Boyd and 
; troops had other plans. 
The structure Boyd had been laymg, a 
jndation from his first three years at MSU, 
came visible in January. 
The 1984-85 season also brought a spirit 
seen on the MSU campus since the days 
Babe McCarthy. 

With the addition of an excellent 
cruiting class, Boyd looked to the season 
th sensuous optimism. "We will be better 
an last year," Boyd said, in a pre-season 
ess conference, "How much better it is 
rd to tell. Talent wise we are stronger 
an last year, but fundamentally we are not 
strong." 

With the loss of starters, Butch Pierre, 
ickey White, and Kelvin Hildreth, the 
illdogs looked to seniors Ken Harvey and 
ff Norwood for leadership. 
Harvey, a 6'5" guard-forward, averaged 
.7 ppg as a junior, while Norwood, a 6' 
ard from Tupelo aided the Bulldogs with 
i assists in the 1983-84 season. 
State could also depend on support from 
lior Chauncey Robinson and sophomores 
my Robinson and Tracy Taylor. 
Robinson, a 6'4" forward from Miami, 
ded 6.1 ppg to the Bulldog attack in 
'83-84. T. Robinson a 6'8" forward from 
)lly Springs averaged 3.1 rebounds and 
5 ppg as a freshman. Taylor, a 6'2" guard 
>m Macon, GA, averaged 6.6 ppg and had 
assists in his first year at State. 
Leading the way for the newcomers was 
vin Dillion, a 6'8" forward from Canton, 
10 came to the Bulldogs via Utica Junior 
>llege. Dillion, who was rated among the 
orting News pre-season "top five power 
ward" averaged 21.1 ppg and 8.3 re- 
unds while at UJC. 

Also on the list of signees was Raymond 
own, a 6'9" center from Atlanta, GA, who 
eraged 25.2 ppg and 13 boards while a 
nior at Sylvan High School. 
Hubert Henderson, a 6'10" center from 
lanta's Fulton High School, Clyde Talsles, 
5'4" guard-forward from Hickory Flat, and 
iris Hall, a 6'3" guard from Cleburne, TX 
;re among the newcomers. 
The Bulldogs got off to a good start claim- 
l 77-46 win over Jackson State in the first 
>eting of the two schools. Harvey was the 
iding scorer with 16 points. State then 
timed a 76-58 win from Delta State as 
llion pumped in 20 points for the Bulldogs. 
MSU's first loss of the season came on the 
ad as they dropped 67-58 decision to Kan- 
5 State. 

State returned home to take a 63-56 win 
>m Southeast Missouri State as Harvey hit 
;eason high 23 points. 

(continued to page 119) 



rward Tony Robinson jams one against Southern 
ssissippi. 




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Scott Norwood 



Coach Boyd gives a few instructions to the players after 
a time out. 



118 





The Bulldogs improved to 4-1 with a 71- 
53 win over Southern Miss, as Tony Robin- 
son led State with 17 points. 

Memphis State handed the Bulldogs their 
first loss in Humphrey Coliseum by downing 
State 68-59. The Bulldogs then lost a heart- 
breaker, 65-63, to the University of 
Alabama at Birmingham on a last second 
basket interference call at the Birmingham 
Civil Center. 

State then traveled to El Paso, TX to take 
part in the Sun Bowl Classic. Purdue was 
prepared for the Bulldogs as the Boiler- 
makers claimed a 31 point, 77-46, win from 
MSU. The Dogs luck did not change in the 
second round as they dropped a two-point, 
67-65, game to Wake Forest. 

State finished pre-conference play with a 
5-4 record and looked to January and SEC 
play. 

The Bulldogs began conference play on 
the road and shocked the University of 
Alabama 71-67 in a nationally televised 
game on the USA network. Then, everyone 
took note of the job Boyd had done with the 
Bulldogs, as State stunned LSU (the pre- 
season favorite to win the SEC), 83-69. 

Following the game coaches throughout 
the league praised the work the MSU head 
coach had done, calling him "The most 
underrated coach in the country" and "The 
best coach in the SEC." 

State moved to 3-0 in the SEC with a 1- 
point win, 65-64, over Georgia at Humphrey 
Coliseum. 

MSU suffered their first SEC loss at 
Auburn as the Tigers took a 62-53 win from 
the Bulldogs. 

The Bulldogs then traveled to Lexington, 
KY to face the Kentucky Wildcats in Rupp 
Arena. The Wildcats edged State 58-57 in a 
game that Kentucky went to the foul line 26 
times compared to 7 free throw shots for the 
Bulldogs. 

MSU returned home to rout intra-state 
rival, Mississippi, 61-44 and moved back in- 
to a tie for first place in the SEC. State then 
beat Tenn. at home 82-66 to take a solo 
lead in the SEC with a 4-2 conference 
record. C. Robinson scored a career high 23 
points as the win gave Boyd his 300th 
career win. State then claimed a 1-point, 
71-70, win over Vanderbilt in Nashville. 

State finished the first half of the round 
robin schedule with a 72-57 loss on the road 
to Florida. Brown hit a career high of 20 
points in the Bulldogs losing effort. 

With nine games left in regular season 
play, the Bulldogs were 10-8, and 6-3 in the 
SEC in a first place tie with Florida and Ten- 
nessee. The Bulldogs had their work cut out 
for them, but it was a task they were looking 
forward to. 

Scott Waller 



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Senior Ken Harvey goes up with the offensive rebound 
for the score. 



Scott Norwood 



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Jump ball at center court in an important contest with SEC 

rival Tennessee Vols 




Chauncey Robinson hits the jumper over Ritchwood of 
Ole Miss. 

Student Bulldog Club shows its approval during a home 
tilt. 




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Dogs keep the lead against Tennessee. 



WOMEN'S 
BASKETBALL 



13 


Fonda Phillips 


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14 


Veronica White 


G 




22 


Alicia Pouncey 


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23 


Polly Branch 


G 




24 


Daisy Casher 
Sandra Butler 


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F 




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33 


Cara Stokes 


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Ann Lashley 


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43 


Christine Castle 


C 




44 


Deidra Harrington 


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Angela Penn 


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Lady Bulldog concentrates on sinking a free throw 
attempt. 




Scott Norwoo 





First year head coach Eddie Vaughn 
found the going tough as he put his first ever 
college basketball team on the court. This 
action was the Mississippi State Lady 
coach's biggest challenge before the season 
ever got started. 

Vaughn, who served as an assistant coach 
for the Lady Bulldogs before taking over as 
head mentor, was without the top players 
from the 1983-84 season. 

Polly Branch, last season's leading scorer, 
had knee surgery, and Sandra Butler, the 
Southeastern Conference's leading re- 
bounder in 1983-84, was benched after hav- 
ing an appendectomy. "I'm looking for the 
roof to fall in next," Vaughn said, in a pre- 
season interview. 

With only eight places left in the line-up, 
the Lady Bulldogs began the season with lit- 
tle talent, but the group set goals before the 
season started. "The kids have great team 
goals," Vaughn said, "as well as personal 
goals. They do not want to enter the season 
thinking they are going to lose." 

(continued to page 127) 



Christine Castle puts the ball on the glass against 
Virginia Tech. 



Scott Norwood 



Women's Basketball / 125 







Scott Norwooi i 
Center Cara Stokes drives the lane with a jump shot. 



126 / Women's Basketball 



With the absence of Branch and Butler, 
e Lady Bulldogs were led by senior Daisy 
asher. The 5'8" guard from Pascagoula 
reraged 22 ppg as a junior. Fonda Phillips, 
5'3" guard and a senior from Memphis, 
so became a team leader. Cara Stokes, a 
r 3" center from Porterville, gave the Lady 
ulldogs experience under the goal. 
Sophomores, Christine Castle and Angela 
enn, gave the Lady Bulldogs depth at 
mter. Castle, a 6'2" center from Harlow, 
ngland, and Penn, a 6'4" center from 
ome, GA, both saw a considerable amount 



of playing time in 1984-85. 

Vaughn could also depend on freshmen, 
Alicia Pouncey, a 5'7" guard from Decatur, 
MS, Ann Ashley, a 5'11" forward from 
Coventry, England, and a 5'11" forward, 
Deidra Harrington, a Lake City, FL native. 

Although the Lady Bulldogs did not post 
an impressive record, the play of MSU was 
as good as could be asked for. The Lady 
Dogs were well prepared each time they 
took the court and responded well to over- 
come pre-season problems. 
Special Note: Mary Joyce Carr, a freshman 



guard, died November 
automobile accident. \~d 



18, 1984 in an 



Scott Waller 



Daisy Casher drives through the lane between two Pan- 
ther defenders. 




Coach Eddie Vaughn watches his Lady Bulldog: 
action. 




Scott Norwo. 



128/ Women's Basketball 




ldog center and Jaguar defender fight for the re- 
md during a game at Humphrey Coliseum. 



Mike Doyle 



Women's Basketball/ 129 



On Saturday, January 12, 1985, the 
Mississippi State cheerleaders were in 
Dallas, Texas at the National Cheerleaders 
Association and DORITOS Collegiate 
Cheerleader Championship which featured 
the top twenty college cheerleading squads 
selected from over 2,700 colleges and 
universities in the United States. The final 
competition began at 7:00 P.M. Saturday in 
Moody Coliseum located on the Southern 
Methodist University campus. All of the 
facets of cheerleading such as cheers, 
chants, tumbling, partner stunts and pom 
pom routines had to be included in a three 
and a half minute routine and put to music. 

MSU finished second in the nation in the 



competition winning a grant of $3000 for 
their cheerleader fund. The top five squads 
in rank order were: (1) Universtiy of 
Louisville, (2) Mississippi State University, 
(3) University of Oklahoma, (4) Memphis 
State University, and (5) Michigan State 
University. 

Mississippi State University has competed 
in the national competition for the past three 
years placing fourth in 1983, thirteenth in 
1984, and second in 1985. The college has 
gained national recognition as having one of 
the finest cheerleading programs in the 
United States. 

Mr. Andy Rhoades has been working with 
the MSU cheerleaders for the past eight 



years and thoroughly enjoys it. Rhoa< 
sees himself as an advisor and a friend to 
cheerleaders instead of a coach. ! 
Rhoades states that the 1984-85 squ 
were, "... a great group of students v 
were highly motivated and very talenti 
They decide what they want to do and 
what I can to help." 

Suzann Terry was the head cheerlead 
selected by the squad for the 84-85 sch 
year. Suzann worked many long and h< 
hours to help the squad become the bes 
could be. Miss Terry was an M< 
cheerleader for four years and did 
outstanding job as head cheerleader 
senior year. 




130/ Cheerleaders 



Cheerleader tryouts are usually held in 
irch the week after Spring break and 
er the squad is selected from then on it is 
>rk, work, work. 

Not only do the cheerleaders perform at 
>tball games, basketball games, and pep 
lies, but they also receive calls from all 
er the state to judge high school 
eerleader tryouts and numerous other ac- 
ities. These people put in long hours 
jresenting MSU and let's not forget Bully, 
tvid Boswell, who does numerous public 
pearances and attends alumni meetings. 
ie MSU cheerleaders are a very hard 
trking and dedicated group of students " 



CHEERLEADERS 




1-85 Cheerleaders — David Boswell; Stephanie 
nore; Emily Long; Suzann Terry; Syndy Smith; Shelly 
in; Susan Beaudoin; Dana Favre; Marty Rhovds; Kyles 
ig; Dwayne Windham; Joseph DeChristopher; Mike 
'art; David Howland; Ricky Bullock; Peter Slover; Rob 
iey; Steve Griggs; Sonnie McAuley; Rob Mosely. 



The Varsity squad performs at half time of the Southern 
game in Jackson. 



Mike Doyle 



Cheerleaders / 131 



JR. VARSITY 



1984-85 Junior Varsity Cheerleaders — FIRST 
ROW: Beth Farrar; Karla Crausby; Dana Favre; 
Marilyn Fortman. SECOND ROW: Dwayne Windham; 
Vaughn Porter. NOT PICTURED: Scott Grey; Mike 
Stewart. 



1984-85 Diamond Girls — FIRST ROW: Amy Polk, 
Paige Moses, Gaye Garrett, Kim Correro, Danna Ellis, 
Lucy Purnell. SECOND ROW: Karin Patterson, Sherry 
Jones, Leigh Howell, Kelli Fore, Kecia Russell, Tracie 
Holliman, Renee Farris. NOT PICTURED: Lisa Davis 
and Lynn Hann. 




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Mike Do 



DIAMOND GIRLS 



132 / Cheerleaders 



BULLIE S BABES 




Louie Arttoon 




1984-85 Bully's Babes — FIRST ROW: Patty Keels; 
Debbie Murphy; Deborah McEyla; Kellie Taylor; Lisa 
Conners; Wilma Sharpe. SECOND ROW: Dotti Deceii; 
Marcia Sanders; Chirese Wiltcher; Aretha Greer; 
Darlene Simmons. 



1984-85 Bulldog Hostesses — FIRST ROW: Cindy 
Campbell; Rebecca Hoover; Rope Henry; Paige Moses; 
Cathy Gunn; Carla Keys; Veronica Carter; Lisa 
Neubert. SECOND ROW: Tyra Johnson; Jackie Hamp- 
ton; Michelle Timbs; Karen Wilson; Adrianne Mangrum; 
Leslie Conner; Lee Ann Parham; Lisa Luckett; Connie 
Moore, Head Hostess; Yvette Barrilleaux; Mary Paige 
Collins; Carrie Anger; Lynn Holcomb; Debe Valentine, 
Advisor. NOT PICTURED: Schreese Henry; Linda 
Sherron; Sandy Merriwether; Myra Tate. 




Mike Doyle 



HOSTESSES 



Cheerleaders / 133 



TRACK 



The State Strides help Bob Dandino during pole 
vaulting practice. 




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134 /Track 



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Mike Dov 
1984-85 Track Team — FRONT ROW: Loren 
Daniel; Ronnie Dennis; Kevin Hufurt; Bob Dandir 
Scott Hoezell; David Deaton; Eric Wienhold; Way j 
Banks; Yura Bryant. BACK ROW: Fred Hadley; | j 
Hicks; Sherman Arnold; Wilson Santucci; Gary Frar 
Dominic Taylor; Mike Arsenault; Craig Caesar; Jer 
Thomas; Steve Whiting. 



a just five years, since taking over the pro- 
m from Don Hunt in 1979, Coach Bob 
:hens has made Mississippi State competitive 
in on the national and conference levels. The 
year veteran coach is building the program in- 
a first division contender, leading them to 
eral top performances in the SEC Champion- 
>s over the years. While at State, his coaching 

produced five All-American runners, twenty- 
it school records, and a national championship 
> relay team in 1982. Also in 1982, he guided 

team to a 17th place finish in NCAA finals, 
U's highest since 1930. With these ac- 
lplishments, Coach Kitchens has established a 
gram of young athletes on the upswing. 
)uring 1984, MSU's young and inexperienced 
ad competed in several outdoor meets with 



meets with promising results. In the first competi- 
tion at home, the Bulldogs placed a strong second 
among Arkansas State and Eastern Illinois. The 
MSU Invitational proved to be one of their best 
performances, finishing first atop a five team 
field, in a dual meet with Ole Miss, following the 
Rebels in Oxford. Competing in the SEC Cham- 
pionships in Baton Rouge, La., the team finished 
ninth, but were highly competitive. 

Several school records were set in 1984 by the 
track team. Freshman Gary Franks, the center 
for Coach Bellard's football Bulldogs, heaved the 
shotput 57'8" to break a twenty year old school 
record. Ronnie Dennis, also a freshman sped 
to a 20.45 mark in the 200 meter dash. Mark 
Strucho ran a 13:58.30 in the 5000 meters at the 
Texas Relays, which proved to be two seconds 



better than the school standard. 

Another school record was broken when Clif- 
ton Franklin turned in a 14.07 time in the 110 
meters high hurdles. The sprint medley relay 
team of Yura Bryant, Ronnie Dennis, George 
Washington, and Joseph Givaro also ran a school 
best with a time of 3:19.71. 

With primarily a freshman-sophomore team, 
Coach Kitchens can look at 1984 as a rebuilding 
year in which valuable experience was gained. 
Also with a number of top signees, it appears that 
the team is well on their way to raising its for- 
tunes toward the 1985 SEC Outdoor Champion- 
ships, which the Bulldogs will host for the first 
time in school history. 



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Tim Knight 




Track / 135 



TENNIS 






MEN'S TEAM 



MSU's 1984-85 Tennis Team has a ve 
bright future. It has a very successful returi 
ing Lady's team with only one new additio 
Marietta Jimene of Peru. Because of tl 
return of virtually the same team, streng | 
will be added. The men's team has thn 
returning lettermen, Paul Heath, Brett M 
ten, and Chris Pappas. They were four ne 
additions to the men's team, three fro 
South Africa and one from California. 

Heading up and credited for the team 
strength is head coach, John Kreis fro 
Knoxville, TN, and assistant and ladi< 
coach, Andy Jackson from the University 



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Mike Doyle — fi 
FIRST ROW: Tammy Goldman; Dan Wolou; Blake 
Jones; Rolt Busch; Jeff Hodges. SECOND ROW: Brett 
Mitten; Grant Williams; Jeff Frantz; Paul Heath; Chris 
Pappas; Coach John Kreis. 



136 / Tennis 



itucky. Already since Kreis's arrival in 
'ember of '84, Grant Williams won the 
theastern Conference Indoor No. 3 
jle's Championship, which is a first for 
J in Indoors and a title since 1972. 
he team is looking forward to playing in 
new A. J. Pitts Tennis Arena, the finest 
le Conference for watching tennis, 
ven though the team had a slow start in 
spring, because of bad weather, their 
ngth will get them rolling for a bright 
ire in SEC Tennis. Go Dawgs! 




Coach John Kreis 



Richie Adair 



LADY'S TEAM 




"1RST ROW: Leigh Adcock; Laura Strickland; Lucia 
iilveira; Joanne Smith; Boo Hildebrand; Sue Thomson; 
■lariella Jimene. 



Tennis / 137 



Bulldog Volleyball 



In only her second season as the head 
coach of the Lady Bulldog volleyball team, 
Vivian Langley can only be pleased with the 
progress of her 1984 volleyball team. After 
finishing 8-28 in 1983, the team's 18-20 
record in 1984 is a strong indication of the 
direction the program is headed. Optimism, 
intensity, and solid experience were only a 
few of the team's many attributes. Led by 
co-captain Tina Burcham-Seals, Marianne 
Gerdes, and Stacy Smith, the team 
displayed its competitiveness throughout the 
fall. 

A few highlights of the Lady Bulldogs 
turnaround season were the strong perfor- 
mance the team had in its two major annual 
tournaments. In the Mississippi State Invita- 
tional, the team finished second to Metro 
Conference power Memphis State, and in 
the Lady Bulldog Classic, the team fought to 
a second-place finish behind Rice University. 
The Lady Bulldogs finished 1-5 in the SEC. 
The win was significant for several reasons. 
One was that it was the Dogs' first con- 



ference win since 1980, and secondly it occci 
red against State-rival Ole Miss. Also, the w 
was State's first against the Lady Rebels in c 
games dating back to 1976! The Lady Bulldo; 
had hopes of a .500 season, but lost its fin 
game against Tennessee in the SE; 
tournament. 

Coach Langley will lose three seniors fro 
the 1984 squad, but says that with Burchar 
Seals, Gerdes, Smith, and several experience 
players returning, 1985 could be a goc 
season. She states, "we have a strong nuclei 
with which to work and with the signing of son 
good recruits, we will have another competith 
team next year at Mississippi State. With the 
look for 1985 to be a banner year for the Lac 
Bulldogs." \r\ 

Tim Knig, 



Below Left: Marianne Gerdes, 23, sets up a shot. 
Below: Edwina Anthony, Jr. mid-hitter, picks up on a setui 





tST ROW: Jill Flippe; Edwina Anthony; Marianne 
rdes; Stacy Smith. SECOND ROW: Dedra Senegal; 
eryl Sarno; Eleanor Sanders; Vickie Pickens; Lynn Am- 
son. THIRD ROW: Joy Burnside, Student Trainer; Fer- 
ldo Palacios, Assistant Coach; Kris Dawson; Tina Bur- 
lm Seals; Vivian Langley, Head Coach. 



Top Right: Tina Burcham-Seals, Fr. hitter attempts to 

break a block. 

Top Left: Coach Langley gives some pointers during a 

timeout. 



Scott Norwood 



Volleyball / 139 



GOLF 



Under first year head coach Bard Smif 
the golf program at Mississippi State seer 
to be headed in a positive direction. Yout 
coupled with inexperience and positive ; 
titudes are a few of the characteristics of tf 
year's men's squad which make the futu 
bright. 

Coach Smith's Mississippi State Men 
Golf Squad participated in three major toil 
naments during the fall. Starting with t\\ 
USM-Laurel Country Club Invitational, tl 
Bulldogs finished eleventh in a field of eig 
teen teams, with Louisiana State setting §1 
pace with a score of 870. The Dogs stroke' 
a good 918, with Bryan Hancock, the MS) 
leader, firing a 226 score for 54 holes. 

Next, the Bulldogs traveled to Bate 
Rouge, LA to compete in the LSU Nation, 
Invitational. With an experienced field, tl 
Dogs finished last out of 12 team: 
Southwest Conference powerhous 
Oklahoma won the tournament with a scor 



MEN'S TEAM 



&W 




Fred Faulk — All 

FIRST ROW: Scott Giireath, Bryan Hancock, Todd 
Jones, Ed Lott. SECOND ROW: Bill Phillips, Carey 
Osborn, Bill Henry, Baird Smith. 



140 / Golf 



f 870 while the Bulldogs tallied a 925. 
ISU's low man was Scott Gilbreath with a 
19. 

The final tournament of the fall for the 
len was the Andy Bean Invitational Classic 
t Greenlefe Resort in Hains City, FL. 
enior, Scott Gilbreath paced State with a 
9-over par 232 and ended the fall cam- 
aign as MSU's low scorer with an average 
f 75.2 shots per round. Sophomore, Bryan 
lancock had a 240 at the Bean Invitational, 
/hile Freshman, Carey Osbon fired a 246. 
[ounding out the MSU contingent in the 
jurney won by defending NCAA Cham- 
ion, Houston, were freshmen, Ed Lott of 
)olumbus with a 257, and Bill Henry of Pon- 
Dtoc turning in a 268. 

As for the Lady Bulldog Squad, their suc- 
ess in such a short period of existence is un- 
aralleled by any MSU sport. The program 
egan in 1980, and since then the ladies 
ave claimed a spot not only as a 



powerhouse in the SEC, but also in the 
NCAA. Ranked 10th in the fall, the squad 
entered the Florida State Lady Seminole In- 
vitational. At the meet, the ladies set a 
school record with an outstanding 902 score 
for 54 holes. As a team, the ladies finished 
3rd in the field of competitors. 

Next came the Memphis State Inter- 
collegiate Invitational in which junior stan- 
dout, Kim Williams finished second in sud- 
den death. Williams, an all SEC performer, 
also represented MSU well by winning the 
Canadian National Amateur Championship 
in 1984. 

The final meet of the fall was the Ken- 
tucky Lady Cat Invitational held in Lex- 
ington, KY. Senior All-American, Kathe 
Kingston won the tourney for the second 
year in a row! Kingston is MSU's first lady 
golfer to be named All-American and two 
time All SEC. To no one's surprise the squad 
is pre-season ranked 5th in the country and 



also odds on favorites-to-win the SEC. 



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Tim Knight 



LADY'S TEAM 



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FIRST ROW: Rhonda Reilly. Amy Carver, Christi 
Sanders, Jennifer Jones. SECOND ROW: Dave 
Pelz, Julie Decosta, Jane Enis, Kim Williams, Kathe 
Kingston. 



Golf / 141 



BULLDOG SOFTBALL 

Swings Into Its Third Season 



In the Spring of 1984, the Mississippi 
State Lady Bulldog Softball team completed 
only its third season of NCAA fast pitch 
competition. After finishing with a 2-18 
mark in 1982 and 5-13 record in 1983, the 
1984 edition of the Lady Bulldogs was one 
of youth and inexperience with only two 
seniors and four juniors on the roster. Also, 
the new season brought a new coach, as Vi- 
vian Langley began her first season in 
charge of the Lady Bulldogs fortunes. The 
job at Mississippi State was Coach Langley's 
first in a fast pitch program, but she was no 
stranger to collegiate softball. Langley had 
one year experience as head coach at the 
University of Mississippi in 1982 after serv- 



ing two years as an assistant at the school. 

Led by Coach Langley, the young team of 
five returning starters completed the 1984 
campaign with an 11-20 final record. The 
season marked considerable improvement 
over the previous two years, however the 
1984 team record was no indication of the 
play and effort the Lady Bulldogs displayed. 
Faced with a tremendously tough schedule 
against teams with well established fast 
pitch programs such as Florida State, Loui- 
siana Tech, and Michigan State, the team 
lost a total of six games by a single run. The 
Bulldogs played in three exciting extra in- 
ning games, one against powerful Florida 
State and two against Western Illinois, that 



could have very easily gone either way. 

Offensively, the Lady Bulldogs were 
by a duo of returning starters from 1983 
a Freshman signee. Shortstop Me 
Harnett paced the team, hitting a siz; 
.300 with 2 home runs while proving t<j 
the heart of the State infield. Sophon 
standout Kristie Watson hit a solid . 
while providing an outstanding glove 
third base. Freshman catcher Tina Pern 
from Baton Rouge, hit a steady .258 for 
year. 



Freshman pitcher Sharon Hooper fires one to the p Is. 




S. Waller - 



142 / Softball 



SEASON RESULTS 

4SU 2, NW Louisiana 1 
sIW Louisiana 7, MSU 3 
4SU 11, Florida A&MO 
4SU 11, Florida A&M 8 
: lorida State 1, MSU 
: lorida State 6, MSU 2 
-ouisiana Tech 4, MSU 
-ouisiana Tech 9, MSU 1 
: lorida State 5, MSU 
Beorge Mason 13, MSU 8 
4SU 5, Florida State 2 
Vestern Illinois 8, MSU 7 
Vestern Illinois 1, MSU 
lchiganStatell,MSU3 
4ichigan State 6, MSU 1 
4SU 3, Luther College 2 
.uther College 6, MSU 4 
4SU 7, Southern Miss 6 
4SU 3, Southern Miss 2 
iW Louisiana 1, MSU 
>W Louisiana 3, MSU 2 
JE Louisiana 3, MSU 2 
IE Louisiana 7, MSU 
Villiam Woods 1, MSU 
iE Missouri 2, MSU 
4SU 8, Arkansas State 4 
4SU 4, Kentucky Wesleyan 3 
4SU 4, Southern Miss 1 
1SU 5, Southern Miss 
Jicholls St. 7, MSU 3 
Jicholls St. 13, MSU 8 




Vicki Boner and Sharon Hooper shared 
the pitching duties of the Lady Bulldogs. 
Boner, a junior transfer from Royal Oak, 
Michigan pitched in 21 games with an 8-11 
record and an outstanding 1.96 ERA. 
Hooper, a freshman from Louisiana finished 
at 2-7 in 16 appearances while posting a 
good 3.61 ERA. 

The staff and team are excited about the 
upcoming 1985 season and have good 
reason to be. Ten returning lettermen, all of 
whom started, will provide power and ex- 



perience to next year's lineup. With the already well 
established roster, new signees and transfers should 
only provide great depth to the squad. Coach 
Langley can only smile when she thinks ahead to 
1985. 

Tim Knight 



First baseman Karen Futch attempts to make the tag on the sliding 
opponent. 



Softball / 143 



INTRAMURALS 



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144 / Intramurals 



Intramurals / 145 



According to Ralph Bender, Director of 
the Recreation and Intramural Sports 
Department, "Intramurals is the number 
one sustained activity on campus. There's 
always some sport going on. Some years 
participation has surpassed that of varsity 
athletics." 

Part of the reason the program has been 
so successful is that it offers thirty-eight 
sports, something for just about everyone. 



The program includes all the standard 
sports we've played for years such as flag 
football, basketball, softball, and volleyball. 
Students also participate in some more 
unusual sports such as inner tube water 
polo, pillo polo, and frisbee football. 

One result of the large offerings of sports 
is that it allows a lot of students to get in- 
volved, at least sixty percent of the student 
body is active in intramural sports. Some 



people become involved to play a particula 
sport; some in pursuit of the all-school charr 
pionship for themselves, their fraternity, o 
organization; some just want to get a littli 
exercise; and some want to get away fron 
the stress of academics. Whatever thei 
reasons, students do play a lot of intramura 
sports, and Mr. Bender said, "There' 
always some sport going on." jj 






Ray Green | 




Scott Walle 

Flag football seems to be the most popular intramura 
sport at Mississippi State. 



146 / Intramurals 



: LAG FOOTBALL 

Aen — Under the Hill Gang 

Vomen — Phi Mu #1 

MIMMING 

-len — Kappa Alpha/Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Vomen — Delta Delta Delta 

rABLE TENNIS 
len — MSUTTC 
Vomen — MSUTTC 

rENNIS SINGLES 

Aen — Sigma Alpha Epsilon/W&H 

Vomen — Phi Mu 

-IORSESHOE 

Aen — Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Vomen — Delta Delta Delta 

IACQUETBALL SINGLES 
Aen — Sigma Chi 
Vomen — Chi Omega 

: RISBEE FOOTBALL 
Aen — My Bad 

JOCCER 

Aen — Womrld Citizens 
Vomen — ITK 

>ILLO POLO 
«len — Sig Ep A 

/OLLEYBALL 
•len — Raiders 
Vomen — Delta Gamma #1 

5-ON-BASKETBALL 
Aen — Barbarians 
Vomen — Untouchables 

>ILLOW POLO — Exhausted 

rENNIS — R-n-R 

rABLE TENNIS — MSUTTC 

NNER TUBE WATER POLO — Cheerio 
Riders 

SOFTBALL — Reds 

fhis student enjoys an afternoon of tossing horseshoes. 




A'*£**j5f 



Club Sports 



SOCCER 



Soccer Coach Zihni Aksoy shows his approval. 



SCORE 




Soccer came to Mississippi State University 
in 1968 as a small club sport with little pro- 
bability that it would ever be a successful 
sport. Since that time the team has compiled 
an unbelievable record of over 160 wins and 
only 10 losses, and remains the winningest 
sport at State. 

Under the direction of third year coach Zihni 
Aksoy and faculty advisor Frank Miller, 1984 
proved to be yet another successful season for 
our collegiate soccer club. The Bulldogs 



MSU 2 


Ole Miss 


MSU 1 


Southern Miss 


MSU 3 


Hinds JC 


MSU 6 


Miss College 


MSU 6 


Delta State 



started the fall season with a win over rival : 
Miss and the second week, fought a hard coi 
test against Southern Mississippi resulting in 
1-1 tie game. After that stalemate, the Do], 
ran a string of six straight victories again I 
Hinds Junior College, Mississippi Colleg ' 
Delta State and Southern Mississippi. Tfj 
ninth contest proved to be the Bulldogs on 1 
loss against Southeastern Conference pow< 
Alabama. After winning the next two gam<! 
the Dogs attended the Southeastern Coil 




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Bulldog wing Dennis Otono sends a shot up field 







oroush Kha< 



148 / Soccer 



MSU's Winningest Tradition 



30ARD 



Luis Lupiac proves his dribbling ability against 
Southern Miss. 



4SU 6 Delta State 


2 


4SU 5 Miss College 





4SU 3 Southern Miss 


1 


4SU 1 ALABAMA 


2 


4SU 3 Southern Miss 


1 


SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE 


TOURNAMENT 





>rence Tournament held in Baton Rouge, 
ouisiana. Coach Aksoy and the team looked 
>rward to this season because it proved that 
le team was one of the finest in the Mid-South 
rea. Also it gave the team one more shot to 
venge its only loss against Alabama. 
Standouts on the 1984 squad were center 
lohsen Hajirahim, forwards Luis Lupiac and 
,nthony Cartes, goalie Masood Monazah, wing 
'ennis Otono, fullbacks Bill Escalante and 
evin Topic, and sweeper Javier Escalante. 



With continued leadership at the coaching 
position and outstanding talent on the squad, 
there is great reason to believe that Mississippi 
State will continue to dominate in club 



R 



Tim Knight 




I 





Lowe, 
tobty LauKej BillTseaJ^rite, Anthony 
barter, Jav^r .Escalante, Matthew 
lackliff, Webb Anderson, Araftf Azad- 
>our, Scott Harper, Luis Tran. 




■7*: Center Mohsen Hajirahim charges down field. 



Soccer / 149 



RUGBY/WATER SKI 



MSU's Rugby Club made its big play in 
1984 by placing a school's best of 4th in the 
South Eastern Conference. The team also 
placed 2nd in the Jacque Strappe Tourna- 
ment in Memphis. 

The Rugby team competes against other 
colleges and city teams throughout the Mid- 
South, from Kentucky to the Coast. 

The 1984 Rugby Club achieved a 6-5 
season. 

Another MSU club sport, the Water-Ski 
Club, made its splash in the South Central 
Region division in 1984. They competed in 
the Regionals at Baton Rouge and other 



tourneys in the region. 

The Ski Team is composed of 25 skiers 
that vie for five slots in each phase of com- 
petition: the Slalom, Trick, and Jump. 
Because of lack of school spirit, recruiting is 
by word of mouth and funding is by fund- 
raisers held by the club. The Intramural 
Department was very helpful by donating 
Trick and Jumping skis. 

If anyone is interested in skiing, they can 
find the team at the Golf Course practicing. 

Let's show both clubs some Bully spirit for 
1985. Fjf 

Richie Adair 




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FIRST ROW Sandy Stark, Pal Davis, Monica Randolph; Tom Kelly; Tam- 
my Lee; Jami Conroy; Alan Chester; Michelle Van Peski; Michelle 
Bigham, Joel Everett; Sammy Hamner; John Sanders; Stephen Samson; 
Hed Diestelkam SECOND ROW: Gary Bridges; Ron Walsh; David 
Howell, John Henson; John Morean; John Parker; Eric Chancellor; Don 
Gilbert 




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FIRST ROW: E. Bratcher, B. Williams, R. Brewer, M. 
Tolleson, A. Pennington, J. Jones, C. Good, F. Trevino. 
SECOND ROW: A. Robinson, D. Poineau, T. Terry, J. 
Hayes, B. Marsh, A. E. Nichols III, L. Rouse III, S. 
Leber. THIRD ROW: R. Haigler, D. Wilson, B. Homer, 
D. Collins, J. Frossard, S. Lindsey, E. Hornback, G. 
Pehlman, S. Lee, W. Lammons, M. Young. 

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Club Sports / 151 



Rachel Griffin 

Editor 

Board of Trustees and Vice- 
Presidents 156 

Student Affairs 160 

Graduate Studies 164 

Stennis Institute, Library, 
Continuing Education, and 
Alumni Affairs 166 

Staff 

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President 



McComas Reviews Progress 



Dr. James D. McComas has seen many 
changes in Mississippi State University while 
serving as president for the past eight years. 
Many changes can also be seen in Dr. Mc- 
Comas' life. 

He was born in Prichard, West Virginia on 
December 23, 1928. After graduating from 
Buffalo High School, he attended West 
Virginia University where he received his 
bachelor of science degree in 1951. He com- 
pleted twelve semester hours of graduate 
work at Marshall University, then went to 
Ohio State University to receive his Master 
of Science degree in 1960. His Ph.D. degree 
was obtained in 1962. His dissertation fo- 
cused on role consensus and teacher 
effectiveness. 

Dr. McComas' professional background 
encompasses many areas of talent. He was 
a high school teacher and drama coach at 
Fort Gay High School in Fort Gay, West 
Virginia from July 1951 to July 1954. He 
has been an assistant professor at New Mex- 
ico State University which later resulted in 
him becoming the head of the department of 
elementary and secondary education. Dr. 
McComas has also been the dean of the col- 
lege of education and professor of higher 
education at Kansas State University and 




also at the University of Tennessee. He is a 
member of many different professional and 
honorary organizations. He has many 
publications and has headed several pro- 
jects over his career. 

Dr. McComas not only works hard in help- 
ing Mississippi State to reach its full poten- 
tial, but he tries to become acquainted with 
many of the students and faculty so that a 
friendly working environment may be 
established. Dr. McComas takes the time to 
greet students as he walks across the cam- 
pus. He says that the students are very en- 
joyable to be around because they are very 
supportive of the school and very active in 
the different organizations offered to them 
by Mississippi State. If a student has made 
an appointment with him to discuss an im- 
portant problem, Dr. McComas spends as 
much time working with that student as he 
would if he were discussing a problem with 
one of the vice presidents of Mississippi 
State. 

Dr. McComas is pleased with many of the 
accomplishments Mississippi State has made 
over the past eight years. The first being the 
quality of entering freshmen has increased in 
that achievement scores are higher. He also 
notes that a fine relationship exists be- 



McComas takes the time to greet 
students as he walks across cam- 
pus. "... the students are very 
supportive of the school and ac- 
tive in the different organizations 
offered to them by Mississippi 
State/' 



tween the majority and minority students. 
The two groups of students are willing to 
work and help each other. A third major in- 
stitutional accomplishment is the growth in 
the number of minority faculty members. 

Dr. McComas is pleased with the quality 
of the faculty and administration. Many of 
them have received degrees from top rank- 
ing universities. He is proud of the positive 
attitude the faculty has and how they are 
willing to work hard in spite of difficulties 
they may encounter on the job. 

All in all, Dr. McComas feels that 
Mississippi State is an upbeat campus which 
is why it is a goal of the university to have 
many of the prospective students to visit and 
feel the friendly atmosphere that exists. The 
university also tries to personalize Mississip- 
pi State to the prospective students by call- 
ing and writing many of them. Many of the 
alumni help some possible students to visit 
the campus. 

Dr. McComas is pleased with the growth 
and accomplishments of Mississippi State 
University and with the high quality of 
students and faculty. R_ 

Leigh Tanner 




President / 155 



Academic hierarchy 



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BOARD OF TRUSTEES 




Left to Right, Seated: Mr. William H. Austin, Jr., Mr. President; Mr. Bryce Griffis, Mrs. Betty A. Williams, Dr. 
George T. Watson, Mrs. Martha H. Gill, Mr. Denton John R. Lovelace, and Mr. Frank O. Crosthwait, Jr. 
Rogers, Jr., Vice President; Mr. Charles C. Jacobs, Jr., Left to Right, Standing; Dr. E. E. Thrash, Executive 



Secretary and Director; Mr. Will A. Hickman, Mr. 
Sidney L. Rushing, Mr. Thomas C. Bourdeaus, and Mr. 
William M. Jones. 



Dr. T. K. Martin 
Vice President 




Mississippi State is very proud to have as its 
Vice President Dr. T. K. Martin. When Dr. 
Martin first came to MSU, he was employed in 
the registrar's office. He later served as Dean 
of College of Education, and then returned to 
the registrar's office, where he was later hired 
as the vice president of MSU. 

Dr. Martin's responsibilities encompass 
three basic areas. The first area consists of 
performing the duties that are not in the day's 
regular schedule such as writing the words that 
are on the plaques located in the chapel and 
helping establish the Co-op program. The se- 
cond area of responsibility of the vice presi- 
dent of Mississippi State is the Affirmative Ac- 
tion Committee. Dr. Martin's job is to ensure 
that equal pay is given to every employee of 
MSU. The third area is that of Grievance Of- 
ficer for all the different colleges at Mississippi 
State. 

Dr. Martin has served eighteen years as vice 

president of Mississippi State University. He 

c plans to retire after this year. We at State wish 

much happiness in his retirement 



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Academic affairS 




Dr. Robert E. Wolverton 
Vice President 



A man dedicated to serving the 
students of Mississippi State, Dr. Robert 
E. Wolverton, Vice President for 
Academic Affairs, proudly labels his role 
as one of "service to the students, as op- 
posed to leadership of the students." 

Dr. Wolverton, during his eight well- 
represented years at MSU, has more 
than fulfilled his desire to serve the 
students of the university and to promote 
a pleasant atmosphere for learning. 

An honor graduate of Hanover College 
in Indiana, the enthusiastic administrator 
received his A.B. degree in Classics, 
primarily dealing with Greek, Latin, and 
ancient history. Receiving his Master of 



Arts degree from the University of Michigan, 
Dr. Wolverton then went on to complete his 
education, acquiring his Ph.D. from the 
University of North Carolina. 

His career began at the University of 
Georgia. Tuft's University in Massachusetts 
then recruited him as a professor in its well- 
known Classicism department. However, 
wife Peggy, in her determination to return to 
the South, persuaded Dr. Wolverton to ac- 
cept a position at Florida State University, 
where he received an invitation to be among 
25 professionals nominated for a fellowship 
which allowed faculty members to consider 
administration as a possible career. 

In 1977, Dr. Wolverton accepted his pre- 



sent position at MSU, where he has 
established himself as not only a valuable ad- 
ministrator at MSU, but also as an asset to 
the city of Starkville. 

In relaying his pride in MSU, the Vice 
President for Academic Affairs expressed 
his contentment with the "capable faculty, 
great students, and good programs at State. 
All we lack is resources," he added. 

Dr. Wolverton's greatest concern as ad- 
ministrator is to provide a better ambiance 
for learning and teaching which permits 
freedom of expression of student ideals and 
allows for the undaunted pursuit of eac h 
person's interests and career choices. 



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Kristin Batchelder 



VP/Academic Affairs / 157 



Business affairS 



Contrary to what most people may 
think, the Division of Business Affairs ex- 
ists to serve the people. Many perceive 
Business Affairs as a complicated list of 
figures. This department actually extends 
from Personnel to Custodial Services. As 
Vice President for Business Affairs, Dr. 
George Verrall's responsibilities pertain 
to different activities of student life ex- 
cluding grades and instructors. The 
department encompasses seven broad 
areas. 

The first is the accounting function 
which takes in the budget and the 
monitoring of expenditures. Out of this 
area, the Personnel Office is formed. Its 



Dr. George Verrall 
Vice President 



concerns are in advertisement for jobs and 
setting up appointments for interviews. 

The Support Service and the Physical 
Plant are other areas of the department of 
Business Affairs. 

The Security Office is placed under the 
department of Business Affairs in order to 
train the officers to be sensitive to the needs 
of the students. 

The Auxiliary Services are the cafeteria, 
bookstore, laundry, Central Printing Opera- 
tions, and the Telecommunications Services. 

Dr. Verrall came to Mississippi State 
University as a freshman in 1955. He 
graduated with a bachelor of science degree 
in Mechanical Engineering in 1960. He 



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also obtained a bachelor of science in 
Business Administration in 1961. He 
received his master's degree in Business 
Administration in 1965. In 1972, he was 
awarded a D.B.A. in economics. 

He was hired as an assistant professor 
in economics, then later became assistant 
dean of the College of Business. He 
served two years as assistant vice presi- 
dent of Business Affairs and was later 
hired as its vice president. 



Leigh Tanner 




Mike Doyle 



158/ VP Business Affairs 



AG., HOME EC, FOREST RES., & VET. MED 




Ender Arikan 



Since 1966, Dr. Louis Wise has been in 
charge of one of the largest and most 
developed schools of agriculture in the 
country. As Vice President for 
Agriculture, Forestry, and Veterinary 
Medicine, Dr. Wise has charge of the 
largest and fastest growing area which is 
part of Mississippi State. 

In 1974, the college of Veterinary 
Medicine was added to his reponsibilities. 
As part of his responsibilities associated 
with his positions, he has served overseas 
in Central America, Asia, Europe, and 
Africa to provide training, research, and 
advisory services in seed technology to 
underdeveloped countries throughout the 
world which receive technical 



Dr. Louis Wise 
Vice President 



assistance from the United States. In addi- 
tion, he has received many honors including 
"1972 Man of the Year in Service to 
Mississippi Agriculture" by Progressive 
Farmer magazine and "Man of the Year in 
Southern Agriculture" by the Southern 
Seedmen's Association in 1958. Also he has 
had numerous papers on seed technology 
published alone and with others. 

The division of Agriculture has six 
separate units: The College of Agriculture 
and Home Economics, the School of Forest 
Resources, the College of Veterinary 
Medicine, Mississippi Agriculture and 
Forestry Education Service, and Forest Pro- 
ducts Utilization Laboratory. All these divi- 
sions are not dedicated to education on the 



pus. As a matter of fact, the last four areas 
are not even funded by the University. They 
are budgeted money from the state of 
Mississippi. 

Mississippi State's Division of Agriculture, 
Forestry, and Veterinary Medicine is in the 
area of education and research. Through the 
efforts of all phases of this Division, a new 
age of unparalleled growth in all phases of 
agriculture from development of better far- 
ming methods to the extension services 
designed to make life more comfortable. 
This new direction, headed by Mississippi 
State is a direction of new pride for all peo- 
ple associated with it. R 



Richard Wilson 



Ag, H.E.,F.R.,V.M. / 159 



Student affaibS 



The purpose of the Division of Student Af- 
fairs is to assist the individual in identifying 
and attaining his educational goals. 
Assistance is rendered through the provision 
of services and programs conceived to 
facilitate the student in his learning process. 
The service function is designed to meet the 
fiscal, physical and recreationl needs of the 
student in order that he may be unen- 
cumbered with many obstacles to learning. 
The developmental programs are catalysts 
to self-discovery; designed to stimulate the 
individual in the identification of abilities and 
limitations, integration of learning ex- 
periences, understanding of the learning 
process and growth in understanding and 
appreciation of self and self in relation to 
others. 



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The MSU Roadrunners is an organization that come 
under the Division of Student Affairs. These twc 
Roadrunners take time out from one of their many tour 
they give to high school students. The Roadrunner tour 
are only one of many ways MSU recruits students. 

Nurse Kandy Skinner gives victim Beth Sartain ar 
alergy shot. The Student Health Care Center provide: 
MSU students with maximum medical care at minimum 
cost. 



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Dr. Bill Foster 
Dean of Student Life 



Mike Doyle 

Dr. Roy Ruby 

Dean of Student 

Administrative Service 



Mike Doyle 



Dr. Harold Hall 
Dean of Students 




Mumni Delegates are one of many organizations that Arbour Acres is another facet of dorm life that Stu- 
all under Student Affairs. They sponsored a barbeque dent Affairs is proud to claim. These apartments 
at the Vet. Center as shown above. are available to students for the same cost of the 

dorm. 



Student Affairs / 161 



Student affairs 



Dr. Howard B. Gundy 
Vice President 



In August of 1984, Dr. Howard B. 
Gundy was named interim vice president 
for student affairs at Mississippi State 
University. 

Dr. Gundy, the former acting President 
and Chief Executive Officer at the 
University of Alabama, received his 
Bachelor's degree from Syracuse Univer- 
sity. He earned his Master's of Social 
Work from the University of Buffalo and 
received his doctorate at Syracuse 
University. 

Dr. Gundy has held many varied posi- 
tions valuable to his work in university ad- 
ministration. He has been Dean of Social 
Work, Academic Vice President, Vice 



President of Research and Public Service, 
and served as a special consultant to the 
President at the University of Alabama. Dr. 
Gundy also served as Chancellor, Post 
secondary Education Department, for the 
state of Alabama. 

His many honors include an honorary doc- 
tor of laws degree from the University of 
Alabama. Dr. Gundy was also named 
Educator of the Year and Man of the Year in 
1981. He is also listed in Who's Who in 
America. 

"I feel students today are more serious 
about their studies; therefore, more 
dedicated and committed," said Dr. Gundy. 
He also feels students are highly motivated 



to enter the job market and are more career 
and job oriented. 

There are certain characteristics that Dr. 
Gundy feels a student must possess to obtain 
the most benefit from post secondary educa- 
tion. An intellectual capacity to absorb the 
education is one such characteristic. Maturi- 
ty and considerable self-discipline are other 
important characteristics in Dr. Gundy's 
opinion. 

Dr. Gundy feels that Mississippi State 
University offers a good environment in 
which to learn. "The University has much to 
offer students — if the student is here to 
learn, the sources are there." 



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Development 




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The Vice President of Development and 
\dministration is Dr. Harvey Lewis. Dr. 
,ewis came to Mississippi State a year and a 
lalf ago as the Vice President of Develop- 
nent and Executive Director of the Develop- 
nent Foundation. A Mississippi State 
Jniversity alumnus and former head of the 
College of Business and Industry's Finance 
department, Dr. Lewis returned after ten 
/ears at Ole Miss. 



Dr. Harvey Lewis 
Vice President 



As Director of the Development Founda- 
tion, Dr. Lewis oversees the private fund 
raising on behalf of the University. He works 
directly with a board of prominent business 
leaders and in conjunction with President 
McComas. The Foundation works to actively 
solicit monies to fund university programs. 
Dr. Lewis stays busy meeting with represen- 
tatives of businesses, corporations, and foun- 



dations, as well as individual donations. 
These donations come in various forms rang- 
ing from cattle and farm machinery to stocks 
and bonds. It is Dr. Lewis' responsibility to 
assure that the collection and appropriation 
of these funds are in the best interest of 
Mississippi State. 



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Graduate studies and research 



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Dr. Marion T. Loftin 
Vice President 



Dr. Marion T. Loftin, Vice President of 
Graduate Studies and Research, has been 
with Mississippi State University for 35 
years now. He came to State as an assistant 
professor of sociology in 1949 after obtain- 
ing his doctoral degree in sociology from 
Vanderbilt University. 

He held the job as assistant professor of 
sociology for five years and was then pro- 



moted to full professor and head of the 
department of sociology. He held this posi- 
tion from 1960 until 1967, and was ap- 
pointed Associate Dean of the Graduate 
School in 1965 as well. He was Associate 
Dean from 1965 until 1976, when he receiv- 
ed a promotion to Dean of Graduate School, 
which he held from 1976 to 1979. It was 
then when the position of Dean of Graduate 



School was retired and a Vice President 
Graduate Studies and Research positii 
came into existence. He has held the po 
tion since its installment, and he enjoys f 
involvement with graduate students. He 
living proof of what dedication, skill, ai 
hard work can do for one 



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164 / VP Grad. Studies and Research 



Graduate school 



The offices of Graduate Studies and 
Research of Mississippi State University are 
located on the sixth floor of Allen Hall room 
617. Presiding over activities in these offices 
is Dr. James D. McComas, President of the 
university. Vice President Marion T. Loftin 
works solely with graduate studies and 
research and its enrolled students. He works 
directly with students who experience any 
kind of trouble in Graduate School. The of- 
fice's main function is to monitor graduate 
students working in any of State's degree 
programs. 

This year there are about 1800 graduate 
students working on degrees at State. About 
400 of these students are working on doc- 
toral degrees, about 1000 are in master's 



degree programs and the remaining 400 are 
listed as "un-classified." Students falling into 
this category are those not working on 
degrees but are taking courses of interest. 
The 400 students working on doctoral 
degrees here at State are in about 23 dif- 
ferent programs. Those working on master's 
degrees are in about 55 different programs. 
On the average, Mississippi State University 
awards more than 500 advanced degrees, 
20 to 25 percent of which are PhD's. 

The doctoral degree which State awards 
the greatest number of is not Engineering or 
Architecture, but Agronomy, in the college 
of Agriculture. Its second is Entomology, 
also in the school of Agriculture. 

There exists a Graduate Council as part 



of graduate faculties. It serves as the ex- 
ecutive committee of the Graduate Faculty. 
The first committee was appointed in 1935 
as a positive step toward the organization of 
a Graduate School. The graduate program 
deals with instruction and research in areas 
of applied science, including agriculture, 
education, engineering, and liberal arts 
besides mathematics and social, physical, 
and natural sciences. Through such pro- 
grams, the graduate is stimulated into 
achievements of a professional level in his 
area of study. The final outcome is compe- 
tent men and women ready to take their 
place as professionals in our society. 



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Diana Vega 



Students Speak Out 
on Graduate School 



"It is an excellent opportunity to 
review and expand on previously ac- 
quired knowledge and experience." 

Mary Ann Quinn 
Finance 



"The professors and administrators 
are very knowledgeable and give in- 
sight into the subjects I study. The 
classes are smaller and students get 
much more personal attention." 
Jeff Mansell 
Student Personnel 



"The Physical Education program 
is a tightly run group. The professors 
are very supportive and helpful. They 
spend time with each student and 
make each student feel like a part of 
the group." 

Chuck Parker 
Exercise Physiology 



"In undergraduate school I learned 
the basics of several different areas 
within my discipline. Graduate school 
has allowed me to study my specialty 
in depth and to see the practical side 
as well as the theoretical side of 
engineering. Graduate school has 
made me much more prepared for the 
real world." 

Frank Baird 
Electrical Engineering 



"When I was in undergraduate 
school I did a lot of work with Student 
Activities. I really enjoyed working 
with the faculty and felt that I could 
learn a lot from them in graduate 
school. I've had the opportunity to 
receive on the job training with my 
assistantship and internship." 

Kristi Byrne 
Student Personnel 



Graduate School / 165 



The Stennis Institute was created in 1976 
as an extension of the John C. Stennis Chair 
in political science. It is headed by Dr. Mor- 
ris Collins, who states that the most basic 
goal of the Stennis Institute is "citizenship 
education and to help people understand 
government." 

The Institute works with the Department 
of Education to better the public's 
understanding of government and to expand 
more effective state and local government. 
The Institute reaches out to pre-college 

Senator Stennis and Dr. Collins stand in front of the 
Depot, the location of the Stennis Institute. 



The Library Services of Mississippi State 
University consist of three branches located 
in Mitchell Memorial Library, the Architec- 
ture School, and the college of Veterinary 
Medicine. The Director of the Library Ser- 
vices is George Lewis. He works very hard 
raising money to buy materials that will keep 
the students up-to-date in his interest. The 
primary sources of funds is from the ap- 
propriations given by the state legislature. 
Private gifts of money or materials are also 
accepted by the Library Services. The park- 
Mitchell Memorial Library plans expansion in the near 
future. The library's parking lot is the spot intended to 
be used in the expansion. 



Stennis institute 

students by providing activities such as 
mock elections and caucuses and publishing 
newsletters and handbooks. 

For the past four years the Institute has 
co-sponsored a Mississippi Model Security 
Council, which is a complex simulation of the 
structure and operations of the United Na- 
tions Security Council. 

In the Institute's handbook, six general 
goals are listed. First is improving high 
school students' knowledge of government. 
Second is enriching education in public rela- 



tions at MSU. Third is promoting the use ofji 
the Stennis Collection in the Mitchell j 
Memorial Library. Fourth is developing com- 
munity leadership. Fifth is providing 
technical services to government agencies 
and officials. Sixth is conducting research. 

The Stennis Institute works diligently to 
better inform students of government pro- 
cedure and policy and also encourages as 
many students as possible to enter the field 
of political science 



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Library services 



ing lot located to the side of the Mitchell 
Memorial Library has been designated as 
the area to build the library's extension. Un- 
til the extension is built, offsight storages are 
being located for the less used materials. 

The Library Services tries to acquire 
materials in areas of teaching, research, and 
recreational needs. Those areas often suffer 
if funding is not available. Magazine 
subscriptions are the library's first obliga- 
tions to meet in order to avoid a break in the 
file system. Mr. Lewis says the library does 



not differentiate between the colleges when 
buying requested materials. 

The Library Services wishes to expand 
the computer data-base services. An 
automated network system catalog services 
used nationwide is also in future plans of in- 
stallation. A long range plan is to develop an 
on-line card catalog which can be used either 
by the library's computer or by a personal 
computer located in the student's room 



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Alumni affairS 




ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

FRONT ROW: Charles E. Weatherly, Clay McWilliams, 
Dale Hodges, Monti Ramsey, William E. French, Kathy 
Hayes, Tommy Everrette. BACK ROW: Ronnie Walton, B. 
H. (Bob) Bassett, William Twitty, Thomas L. Stennis II, Ray 
Price Jr., John V. Corrers. 



Fred Faulk 



Continuing education 



Charles E. Weatherly is director of the 
jmni Affairs. This position's primary con- 
■n is the Alumni Association and the pro- 
ims connected to it. This department also 
2ps a close top on governmental and 
islature affairs so that the needs of higher 
ucation may be promoted. 
The Alumni department ties many of the 
dent activities and alumni programs 
[ether because of the advantage of work- 
! with the current students before they 
iduate. 
On the academic side, the Alumni 



Association presents faculty awards to five 
faculty members who have been singled out 
because of their outstanding service to the 
university. The Alumni department also 
assists in promoting scholarships for 
Mississippi State's students. 

The annual fund committee assists in rais- 
ing private gifts for the university. The 
Alumni Affairs operates under a budget of 
approximately four thousand dollars every 
year. Every dollar goes to promoting 
Mississippi State University. 

A new program is the recognition day for 



the National Merit Semifinalists of Mississip- 
pi and other surrounding states. Some of the 
alumni were chosen as delegates for the 
planning committee for this day. 

The Alumni department plans to work 
closely with the Development Foundation in 
raising funds for Mississippi State. 

A Capital Campaign is also in the future 
plans for raising money for scholarships. 
This role is becoming more important as 
time goes by. 

Leigh Tanner 




The Department of Continuing Education is located in 
Memorial Hall. The building which has recently 
undergone landscaping was once the Athletic Dorm 
here at MSU. 



Dr. Hilton Bonniwell has been Dean of 
ntinuing Education at Mississippi State 
iversity since 1979. Before coming to 
ite he held administrative positions at 
:h universities as the University of 
tryland and the University of Georgia. He 
s been published several times and has 
•ved on numerous national, state, and 
■nmunity committees varying from the 
itional Association of Land Grant Colleges 
d Universities to the Chamber of 
'mmerce. 
The Division of Continuing Education is a 



Mike Doyle 
branch of the university which offers 
educational services through Independent 
Study, Continuing Education, the Mississippi 
Educational Services Center, the Regional 
Educational Services Agency and the 
Reading Resource Center. The purpose of 
the Division is to extend the educational 
services of MSU to those individuals who 
have need of further learnng experiences, 
such as adults who work during the day and 
are unable to participate in regularly 
scheduled offerings. The division works 
through the other departments in the 



University servicing their extra needs such 
as special conferences, workshops, and 
lectures. 

Dean Bonniwell says that the students 
involved in the Division of Continuing 
Education are generally working adults who 
have returned to college to further their 
education. They want classes that will help 
them in their work. They are very serious 
about their education and do very well in 
their classes and on national 
examinations. 

Amy Lee 



Alumni Affairs/Continuing Education / 167 



Accounting 




Dr. L. E. Dawkins 



Dr. Louis E. Dawkins has currently com- 
pleted his third year as the Director of the 
School of Accountancy at MSU. Prior to 
Mississippi State, Dr. Dawkins served as Dean 
of the School of Business at Henderson State 
University in his native Arkansas. He holds 
membership in several key organizations along 
with B.B.A., M.B.A., and Ph.D. degrees, and a 
CPA certificate. Having experience in the 
business sector as well as the academic, Dr. 
Dawkins knows the importance of a well- 
rounded student. He states that one must not 
only retain knowledge, but should be able to 
communicate his ideas in order to be effective. 
This principle plays a major role in the pro- 
gramming of the SAC, where he tries to gear 
education toward the students' future needs. 

The School offers a four-year B.P.A. pro- 
gram and a five-year M.P.A. degree. Although 
Dr. Dawkins realizes the Master's program is 
certainly not for everyone, he does believe it 
would benefit a large number of accounting 
students. With eighteen extra hours of concen- 
trated accounting in addition to other business 
courses, the program offers a better base for 



the world of professional accounting. 

In promoting social ability, students are en- 
couraged to attend the Convocation held by 
the School every semester where they are 
given an opportunity to hear guest speakers 
from the accounting profession. This year, a 
reception before the convocation was held in 
order for the students to interact on a one-to- 
one basis in order to develop ease with pro- 
spective employees. There is also the oppor- 
tunity to join the national accounting honorary 
fraternity of Beta Alpha Psi and the SAC 
Team, a special task force that works with the 
students and faculty. 

Dr. Dawkins states that "social intelligence" 
coupled with "high academic quality" are the 
attributes employers are seeking in today's ac- 
counting students. Even the smartest student 
lacking the ability to interact may fail in to- 
day's business world. Those students possess- 
ing good people skills and a good educational 
background are those t hat make tomorrow's 
successful accountants 



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Karin Lewis 



168 / Accounting 




Accounting / 169 



Agriculture and home economics 



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DEPARTMENT 
HEADS 



Dr. W. R. Fox 
Agricultural and 
Biological 
Engineering 

Dr. V. G. Hurt 

Agricultural 

Economics 



Dr. W. J. Drapala 
Agricultural and 
Experimental 
Statistics 



Dr. J. S. Lee 
Agricultural and 
Extension Education 



Dr. R. G. Creech 
Agronomy 



Dr. B. Baker, Jr. 
Animal Science 



Dr. R. P. Wilson 
Biochemistry 




Dr. C. E. Lindley 



Dr. Lindley is the Dean of the College of 
Agriculture and Home Economics. He 
became interested in agriculture while grow- 
ing up on a 160-acre farm in Noxubee Coun- 
ty, Mississippi. As a freshman in 1939, 
Lindley came to Mississippi State, but then 
left to join the Air Force in 1942. After brief- 
ly serving in the Air Force, he returned to 
State, and in 1946, he graduated. Lindley 
then went to Washington State University 
where he obtained his master's degree, and 
in 1957 he received his Ph.D. from 
Oklahoma State University. As well as being 
credited with a B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. in 
Animal Science, Lindley also holds member- 
ship in several Agriculture related 
honoraries. 

The college of Agriculture and Home 
Economics offers the student a variety of 



fields ranging from Agronomy to Poultry 
Science. The College also gives the student 
an opportunity to obtain a degree in 
Agriculture and Biological Engineering. 

A student in Agronomy can specialize in 
areas of Crops, Soils, or Soil Conservation to 
name a few. 

From the Horticulture area, the Land- 
scape Architecture department developed. 
It offers two different types of degrees to its 
students. 

Pre-Veterinary Medicine is another exten- 
sion of this college. 

The department of Agriculture and Home 
Economics continually reviews its programs 
and ins truc tors to ensure excellence in both 
areas. R_ 

Leigh Tanner 



170 / Agriculture and Home Ec. 




Mike Doyle 
Letitia Kitchens practicing one of her many skills During Discovery Day, prospective student is intro- 
learned in sewing class. duced to technology at MSU 




Dr. H. J. Bearden 
Dairy Science 

Dr. T. J. Helms 
Entomology 



Dr. J. K. Snyder 
Home Economics 



Dr. C. C. Singletary 
Horticulture 



Professor C. E. Parks 

Landscape 

Architecture 



Dr. C. W. Laughlin 

Plant Pathology 

and Weed Science 



Professor J. E. Hill 
Poultry Science 

Lisa Duke preparing an entree in her cooking class. 



Ender Arikan 



Ender Arikan 



Agriculture and Home Ec. / 171 



Architecture 




Ender Arikan 



Dr. J. F. Barker 



Mr. James F. Barker is not only the Dean 
of Architecture, but he is the spokesman for 
Architecture in Mississippi, because MSU 
has the only Architecture school in the state. 

Mr. Barker sees part of his responsibilities 
as being dean are to help Mississippians 
become aware of the strong architecture 
heritage in the State. 

Dean Barker has been at the School of Ar- 
chitecture as one of its faculty since it first 
started in 1974. He became dean this past 
August. He noted that the department is 
growing in richness in its programs offered 
to the students on campus, as well as in the 
exchange program in England. The depart- 
ment has a graduate program which is now 
two years old. It has been stated that MSU's 
School of Architecture is on the verge of 
prominence. The school can also boast of its 



computer graphics being the best in the 
country. 

The school of Architecture displays the 
works of its faculty and students as well as 
the works from other parts of the campus. 

The architecture student spends the fifth 
year in Jackson at the Research and 
Development Center which provides a real 
world environment. After this the student 
works as an intern for three years. 

Dean Barker feels that the motivation for 
the architecture student is the joy and 
satisfaction of seeing one of his buildings 
come into shape and knowing that no one 
else could have done it quite like him. A per- 
sonal satisfaction is also gained by the stu- 
dent in knowing that he i s helping to shape 
the world he lives in. 



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Leigh Tanner 



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172 / Architecture 




Architecture students learn to be 
diligent and dedicated in the 
work their major requires, as 
demonstrated by these hard- 
working students. Creative talent 
and strict budgeting of time are 
two requirements for success in 
the work on architecture 
projects. 



Mike Doyle 




Mike Doyle 



Architecture / 173 



Arts & science 



ASSOCIATE 
DEANS 



Gordon E. Jones 
Academics Affairs 

Lewis R. Brown 
Financial Affairs 

DEPARTMENT 
HEADS 

Col. Charles W. Bond 
Aerospace 

Professor M. A. Dorsey 
Art 

Dr. J. D. Yarbrough 
Biological Sciences 

Dr. L. L. Combs 
Chemistry 

Dr. M. L. Hickson, III 
Communication 

Dr. B. D. Carter 
Computer Science 

Dr. J. E. Milosh, Jr. 
English 




Endcr Arikan 



Dr. E. L. McGlone 



Dr. Edward L. McGlone has currently com- 
pleted his fourth year as Dean of the Arts 
and Sciences at Mississippi State University. 
Before coming to Mississippi State, Dean 
McGlone received his Ph.D. from Ohio 
University after which he held various 
teaching and administrative positions at 
other universities, such as, Northern Illinois 
University, Washington State University, 
Wayne State University, Southern Illinois 
University and on July 1, 1980, he joined 
MSU. Dean McGlone has held several key 
grants and fellowships. Among these were 
the Science Foundation, Michigan Educa- 
tions Association — Council of State 
Organizations, Handicapped Teacher 
Education Grant, and the Phil Harden Foun- 
dation — Mississippi Committee for the 
Humanities. Along with these outstanding 
accomplishments, Dean McGlone was 
elected to Delta Sigma Rho, Eta Sigma Phi, 
Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, and served 
as a member of the 32nd Triennial Council 
on Phi Beta Kappa (1979) and as President 
of the Illinois Beta Association of Phi Beta 



Kappa (1979-80). Edward McGlone re- 
ceived the National Merit Scholarship in 
1959 and the Outstanding Young Teacher 
Award in 1967 among others. 

Dean McGlone feels the Arts and 
Sciences at Mississippi State University is 
among the finest in the southeastern United 
States and that the direction of the College 
is on an upward trend in enrollment, in pro- 
ductivity, and in prestige. 

In 1984 over fifty percent of Mississippi 
State's enrollment, in terms of credit hours, 
were taken through the College of Arts and 
Sciences. 

The Dean has made some changes since 
July, 1980 and stated that the reason for 
these changes was, "many administrative 
and program changes have been made, but 
my basic goals have been to support the ef- 
forts of our best faculty and to help create a 
desirable learning environment for all 
students." All in all Dean McGlone seems 
pleased with progress o f th e College and 
hopes to see it continue. 



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Kristianne Tatum 



174 / Arts and Sciences 




Rusty McKnight 



Above: The Arts and Science Department eagerly 
awaits the opening of the Creative Arts Complex. 

Below: MSU student operates radio equipment at 
WMSB radio station located on fourth floor Lee 
Hall. 

Left: Marian Roberts at work examining artifacts at 
Cobb Museum. 




Dr. George Buehler 
Foreign Languages 

Dr. T. J. Laswell 
Geology and Geography 

Dr. W. E. Parrish 
History 

Dr. J. L. Solomon 

Mathematics and 

Statistics 

Lt. Col. E. B. Abernathy 
Military Science 

Dr. W. A. Murphree 
Philosophy and Religion 

Dr. T. T. Crow 
Physics 

Dr. E. J. Clynch 
Acting Head of Political 

Science 

Dr. D. A. R. Peyman 
Psychology 

Dr. A. G. Cosby 
Sociology and 
Anthropology 



Arts and Science / 1 75 



BusinessTTndustrY 



ASSOCIATE 
DEAN 



William L. Cross 



DEPARTMENT 
HEADS 



Dr. Elias Callahan 
Business Information 
Systems and 
Quantitative 
Analysis 

Dr. E. C. Jones 

Economics, Finance 

and 

Applied Legal Sudies 

Dr. D. F. Ray 
Management 

Dr. H. W. Nash 
Marketing 




Rusty McKnighl 



Dr. D. R. Leyden 



Dr. Dennis Leyden has been Dean of the 
College of Business and Industry since July 
1, 1982. Prior to accepting his present posi- 
tion, Dean Leyden held numerous pro- 
fessorial assignments at West Virginia 
University and the University of Virginia. 

Mississippi State's College of Business 
and Industry is the oldest and largest in the 
state. The College presently maintains an 
enrollment of twenty-seven hundred. The 
College of Business and Industry offers over 
10 undergraduate majors. The overall objec- 
tive of the College is to deliver research, 
public service, and education to the people 
of Mississippi. From General Business Ad- 
ministration to Applied Legal Studies, the 



College offers a variety of degrees and ma 
jors and provides students and faculty with 
the finest physical facilities in the state. 

According to Dean Leyden, many 
characteristics constitute a good student 
Among these are communication skills. Writ 
ten and oral skills are important along with 
the respect of the human condition and the 
ability to analyze. One must also be able tc 
make his own decisions. But most important 
is for a student to realize that a college 
education is only the beginning. We learn 
every day and will be students throughout 
our professional as well as our educational 
career. rjT 

1 — Rachel Griffin 



176 / Business and Industry 



HUBBBHm 




Students spend many long hours at the computer 
center located in McCool Hall. 



Students wait for classes to begin outside McCool 
Hall, the location of the department of Business and 
Industry. 




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Mike Doyle — All 



Business and Industry / 177 



Education 



ASSOCIATE 
DEANS 



Dr. R. J. Vasek 
Instruction 



Dr. J. E. Wall 
Research and 
Curriculum 



DEPARTMENT 
HEADS 



Dr. W. F. Housely 
Counselor Education 



Dr. N. G. Amos 
Curriculum and 
Instruction 



Dr. L. Moody 
Educational Leadership 

Dr. J. Khatena 
Educational Psychology 



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Mike Dovi 



Dr. A. S. Moore 



The College of Education, guided by Dr. 
A. J. Moore, serves as the academic unit at 
Mississippi State responsible for the 
preparation of graduates who will teach in 
elementary and secondary schools, offering 
non-teaching programs as well. 

Working cooperatively with other units on 
campus, the college's goal is to provide a 
total educational background for the 
student. 

A reputable, professional college, MSU's 
College of Education is accredited by the 
National Council for Accreditation of 
Teacher Education and the Southern 
Association of Colleges and Schools and is a 
member of the American Association of Col- 
leges for Teacher Education. 

The College, divided into seven depart- 
ments plus two others jointly administered 
with the College of Agriculture and Home 
Economics, enrolls approximately 1,175 
undergraduate students and 500 graduate 



students enrolled on and off campus. Ap 
proximately 675 degrees are awarded t 
education majors yearly. 

Aside from the academic department 
that comprise the college, Service Units sue 
as the Center for Economic Education, thl 
Learning Center, and the Office of Fiel 
Services are also a part of the college. In ac 
dition, The Bureau of Educational Researc 
and Evaluation, the Research and Cu 
riculum Unit, and the Rehabilitatio 
Research and Training Unit in Blindness an 
Low Vision are units of research conducte 
by the college. 

A leader in the midst of a period of educ; 
tional reform, Dean Moore believes that th 
outcome will hopefully be improved learnin 
opportunities and attraction and retention < 
high-quality teachers during a prospectiv 



era of teacher shortage. R 



Marianne Warre 



178 / Education 




Mike Doyle 







Mike Doyle 

The Child Development Center is one of many services offered by Mississippi State 
niversity to the public. Education students spent part of their class time with the day care 
lildren helping them with the basics of preschool learning. 

An important area of the Education Department is the Music Department. Here, the 
niversity Choir joins the Famous Maroon Band during a half time performance to sing a 
edley of patriotic songs. 



Professor W. T. West 
Music Education 



Dr. A. J. Mahurin 

Physical Education, 

Health Education, 

and Recreation 



Dr. B. Stirewalt 

Vocational Education 

and Technology 

Stephen D. Shaffer 

Director of 

University Honor 

Program 



Education / 179 



Engineering 



ASSOCIATE 
DEANS 



Walter R. Carries 
Instruction 



John I. Paulk 
Research 



DEPARTMENT 
HEADS 

Professor C. B. Cliett 
Aerospace Engineering 

Dr. D. O. Hill 
Chemical Engineering 

Dr. R. M. Scholtes 
Civil Engineering 

Dr. B. J. Ball 
Electrical Engineering 




Ender Arikam 



Dr. W. L. McDaniel 



Since 1978 Dr. Willie L. McDaniel has 
been Dean of the College of Engineering at 
Mississippi State University. Dr. McDaniel 
has returned to his alma mater — having 
received his Master of Science here in Elec- 
trical Engineering. He has written numerous 
technical papers and is the author of one 
book. 

Dr. McDaniel feels that many of the 
students attracted to engineering are in- 
terested in abstract ideas and problem solv- 
ing methods. These students also have a dif- 
ferent kind of thought process as far as math 
and science are concerned. Another attrac- 
tion for these students involves a work ethic 
indigenous to Mississippians which states an 
engineering degree rewards the recipient 
with a job that pays well and is challenging. 

Each student who graduates with a 
degree in engineering is well rounded in 
engineering and humanities. Of the one hun- 
dred and thirty-nine hours required for 
graduation, one-eighth is in the humanities 
and social sciences. 



The "underlining purpose behind each 
engineering curriculum is to educate a per- 
son to take a proper place in society and 
work for the benefit of mankind. 

Many of the engineers can move into 
managerial positions because of the thought 
process that was developed by the many 
long and difficult hours of studying they en- 
dured while becoming an engineer. 

Computers have now become an impor- 
tant tool in engineering. The ability to do 
highspeed arithmetic enables students to at- 
tack many problems which were previously 
unapproachable. 

A new area of interest developing is that 
of robotics. A committee is working at look- 
ing into the possibilities of course offerings, 
which department should be involved, and 
possible fundings for the robotic area. 

Dr. McDaniel feels that a student with an 
interest in math and science would find 
engineerin g to be an exciting and challeng- 
ing field. R_ 

Leigh Tanner 



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180 / Engineering 




Mike Doyle — All 

ing Discovery Day at MSU, the Engineering Depart- exhibits from Petroleum and Mechanical Engineering, 
it set up many different displays. Shown here are 



Professor W. H. Eubanks 
Engineering Graphics 

Dr. F. E. Cotton, Jr. 
Industrial Engineering 

Dr. C. T. Carley 

Mechanical and Nuclear 

Engineering 

Dr. R. E. Rogers 
Petroleum Engineering 



Engineering / 181 



Forest resources 



DEPARTMENT 
HEADS 



Dr. D. P. Richards 
Forestry 

Dr. A. L. Wooten 
Wood Science and 
Technology 

Dr. D. H. Arner 
Wildlife and 
Fisheries 




Dr. W. S. Thompson 



Mike Doyle 



Dr. Warren S. Thompson joined the facul- 
ty at Mississippi State University in 1964 as 
Director of the Mississippi Forest Products 
Laboratory. He was named Dean of the 
School of Forest Resources in 1983. 

Dean Thompson is a native Mississippian. 
He earned the B.S. and M.S. degrees at 
Auburn University and the Ph.D. degree at 
North Carolina State University. Prior to 
coming to Mississipi State he served as 
Assistant and Associate Professor of 
Forestry at Louisiana State University. In 
addition to his duties as Dean of the School 
of Forest Resources he also serves as Direc- 
tor of the Mississippi Forest Products 
Laboratory and Associate Director of the 
Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experi- 
ment Station. He was named Distinguished 
Professor of Wood Science and Technology 



in 1975. 

Dean Thompson is proud to be a part of 
Mississippi State University. He finds his 
diverse responsibilities here interesting as 
well as challenging. In commenting on 
Mississippi State students he observed that 
they are over average in many respects. Ac- 
cording to Dean Thompson, State students 
are cleaner cut, better dressed, neater and 
have better attitudes than students at other 
universities that he has visited. 

Dean Warren S. Thompson is a friendly, 
capable, personable man who does 
Mississippi State credit. He is one of the 
newest deans, one we hope will be with 
State for years to come. 



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Amy Lee 



182 / Forest Resources 




The Forest Products Lab, 
located right off Mississippi State 
University campus, serves the 
Department of Forest Resources 
in many ways. Lab workers treat 
wood samples with chemicals to 
test the chemical ability to pro- 
tect against termites, fungus, and 
weather. 

Wood samples are weighed 
before and after being placed in 
containers with different types of 
fungus to see how much 
moisture has been absorbed by 
the fungus. 



Rusty McKnight 




Forest Resources / 183 



Veterinary medicine 




Dr. B. C. Ward 



The Pegasus Greek Mythology held a posi- 
tion of special esteem. It was the Pegasus that 
carried Zeus, the ruler of the gods, to his 
destiny. The Pegasus is also, fittingly, the sym- 
bol of the Mississippi State College of 
Veterinary Medicine. The College of Vet. Med. 
is on the leading edge of carrying the state of 
Mississippi into the future. 

The school has a new dean in Dr. Billy 
Ward. While Dr. Ward is new to his position as 
Dean, he is no stranger to MSU. He has seen 
his daughter graduate from the school and has 
a son currently enrolled. Dr. Ward received his 
B.S. and D.V.M. at Texas A&M and his Ph.D. 
from University of California-Davis. After serv- 
ing as Lt. Commander in the U.S. Public 
Health Service, he became an Assistant and 
then Associate Professor at Oklahoma State 
University. Before joining the staff of the Col- 
lege of Vet. Med., he was the Director of In- 
struction and the Associate Professor of 
Pathology at Washington State University. His 
appointment as Dean of the College of Vet. 
Med. at MSU follows an 8 year stint of holding 
various Directorships within the school. In 



addition to his experience at institutions of 
learning, he has received numerous awards 
and has been published in some of the most 
prominent Veterinary Medicine publications in 
the world, including the Journal Veterinary 
Medical Education of which he was a con- 
tributing editor. 

The college, established in 1974, is one of 
only 27 Vet. Med. schools in the country, and 
it is celebrating its 10th anniversary as one of 
the top Vet. schools in the country. It received 
full accreditation from the American 
Veterinary Medical Association in April 1981, 
one month before the first class of 
veterinarians graduated. Vet. students have 2 
periods of 21 months of study with only 3 mon- 
ths break between those periods. 

Education, research, service, and a commit- 
ment to excellence, all describe the College of 
Veterinary Medicine at MSU. In the words of 
Dr. Ward, "The Pegasus represents a quest 
for excellence and achievement, and th at i s 
what we are on, a quest for excellence." \R \ 

Richard Wilson 



184 / Veterinary Medicine 





Mike Doyle — All 

A beacon in the night: MSU's Vet. Med. School celebrated 
its 10th birthday this year. 



Newly appointed Dean Billy Ward speaks as Pegasus, 
symbol of the Vet. Med. School, hangs above. 



Veterinary Medicine / 185 



Chris Conn 
Martha Lawhon 

Editors 

Inter-Fraternity Council ... 188 
Panhellenic 189 



New Houses 19 

Sororities 19 

Fraternities 20 

Staff 

Lynette Chandler 
Lindsay Herbison 
Theresa Stennis 



186 / Greeks 




Greeks / 187 




Interfraternity Council was established for 
the exercising of a responsible self-governing 
body in which whose purpose is to serve the 
best interests of the university and the 
fraternities. Interfraternity Council also 
seeks a close cooperation and brotherhood 
of good will among the social fraternities for 
the benefit of each individual along with the 
benefit of all the fraternities combined. All 



exclusive social fraternities at Mississip 
State University must be members of a: 
adhere to the decisions of the Interfraterni 
Council. Every member of each exclusi 
social fraternity is a member of the Int«| 
fraternity Council. They are represented I 
their fraternity president and one delega 
and one delegate of their fraternitU 
choosing. 



FIRST ROW: Michael Sims; Alfred Carter; James Ball; 
Kent Waits; Randall Dong; Dodd Denton; Eddie 
Betcher, Public Relations Director. SECOND ROW: 
Mike Thomas; James Rone; Russ Conner; Bobby 
Bateman; Jeff Mansell; John Flowers; Jeff Brantley; 
Murry Weaver, Vice President. THIRD ROW: Byrne 



Rusty McKnij 
Carpenter; Ralph Ham; John L. Quinn; Stuart 
Crosby; Mike Besh; Chuck Hawkins; Jim Paxton; Ba: '. I 
Bridgforth, President. FOURTH ROW: Tim Sorr I 
Wesley Dillon; Mark West; David Fortenberry; Kevin 
Surrette; David Powell; David McCullen; Tomi 
Pilgrim. 



188 / Interfraternity Council 




Mike Doyle 



FIRST ROW: Lee Anne Griffin. SECOND ROW: Peggy Ge- 
ment. THIRD ROW: Leigh Downing; Sara Martin. FOURTH 
ROW: Prisse Blow; Stephanie Williams. FIFTH ROW: Lisa 
Jackson; Lauret Rosser. SIXTH ROW: Angela Abraham; Vicki 
Denson. 




FIRST ROW: Lisa Long; Lee Anne Griffin; Irene Dumas; 
Kristie Byrone. SECOND ROW: Lucy Ruffin; Amy Harper; 
Susan Steen; Ginger Buzhardt; Kathryn Vickery; Sherri Carr; 
Ann Bryant. THIRD ROW: Camille Stone; Jackie Wilson; 
Venita Grays; LaCanas Davis; Charmel Kahee; Michelle Bat- 
tle. FOURTH ROW: Paige Passons; Susan Randolph; Kathy 
Stewart; Stephanie Hathcock; Christie Clarke; Susan Shirley. 



Panhellenic 



\ vital part of Mississippi State Univer- 
r's Greek System is found in the 
ihellenic Council. The local council of 
irtered sororities was established to 
'ern, to unify, and to aid sororities in their 
itionships with one another and the col- 
e community. The council maintains a 
h level of sorority life, helps better inter- 



Mike Doyle 
fraternity relations, encourages intellectual 
achievement, and compiles rules governing 
rush, pledging and initiation. Also an impor- 
tant part of the Greek System is the Junior 
Panhellenic Council. This organization helps 
women who are new to Greek life to better 
understand how Panhellenic operates. 



Panhellenic / 189 




Delta Gamma ladies entertain hopeful girls with the skit 
"Best Little Sorority House." 



The beginning of each school year is 
marked with that week of excitement — in- 
volving planning and decision-making that 
will affect the lives of college students for 
their college careers ahead of them. 

Rush Week — appropriately named — 
gets each year off to a start with parties, 
skits, and socialization between Greek 
organizations and rushees. Rush Week at 
MSU this year was very different from 
previous years — however, much more ef- 
fective, most participants believe. 

This year marked the first that Rush has 
begun before the start of school. In previous 
years, Rush was conducted the first week of 
classes, thus getting all involved off to a bad 
start academically. Students fell so far 
behind that it took them the next three 
weeks just to catch up! 



Susan 

This year, however, was differ* 
Rushees received their bids before cla.« 
really began. This new procedure has ] 
ven extremely effective and will defini' 
be used in upcoming years. 

Sorority rush was affected greatly 
changes in the number of sororities on c 
pus dropping from nine to six. The w 
was cut short by one night because of 
decrease in number of sororities. 

The week of Rush began as usual \ 
conversation and handshaking, progress I 
to serious talks and emotional decisions, 
the close of the week, rushees took tl 
place in their prospective organizatk 
greeted with hugs and smiles from their i 
brothers and sisters \R | 

— Marianne War 



190 /Rush 



he fine Southern Gentlemen of the Kappa Alpha Order Chi Omegas greet anxious girls for a night of fun in "Chi O 
elcome possible pledges to carry on the KA tradition. Wonderland." 




Rush/ 191 



New Houses 




Mike Doyle 



The face of Mississippi State's campus 
slowly, but surely changing with the additi 
of more fraternity and sorority hous 
Alpha Tau Omega completed their n< 
fraternity house last spring, and Zeta T 
Alpha and Chi Omega sororities hope 
have their houses completed by next fall. 

The ATO's, who have not had a house 
campus since the late 1950's, started raisi 
money to build on fraternity row in 19 
with the sale of their house on Herb 
Street. They worked for six years raisi 
money and finally realized their goal wh 
they moved into their brand new house 
March of 1984. Jim Rone, president 
ATO, says that having a house on campus 
a definite advantage. Not only can t 
fraternity be more involved in campus < 
tivities, but "there is more of a fraternity , 
mosphere when brothers are living und 
one roof," he says. 

Sorority houses are going to be a new z 
dition to MSU's campus in the fall of 198 
State has had social sororities for ma 
years, but houses have only now become 
reality. Zeta Tau Alpha and Chi Ome 
have plans to have houses built in Sorori 
Park and hope to be living in them by the f 
of 1985. The Zeta held ground-breakii 
ceremonies in the fall of 1984, and the C 
O's in the spring of 1985. The Zetas natior 
organization is helping them with the finar 
ing of their house, and the Chi Os are raisii 
funds on their own. Chi O presidei 
Michelle Timbs, says that she feels having 
sorority house will give them a strong 
chapter. 

Amy L 



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192 /New Houses 



President Dana Bonney made MSU history for 
ting ground at the site of the first sorority house on 
ampus. The expected date of completion has been 
>r July 15, 1985. 

replica of the Chi Omega sorority house should 
trie a completed reality in the fall of 1985. 

• waiting for 47 years, the ATO's finally reached 
I Row" last spring — 1984. 




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New Houses / 193 



NICKNAME: Chi O 
FOUNDED: Nat. -- April 

5, 1895; MSU -- 1936 
PLACE FOUNDED: 

University of Arkansas 
COLORS: Cardinal and 

Straw 
FLOWER: White 

Carnation 
SYMBOL: Owl 




Chi Omega, the oldest sorority on campus, 
successfully began another year with an 
outstanding Rush. The pledge class fanned the 
fire already lit within the chapter, and Chi 
Omega blazed through the fall with memorable 
activities and accomplishments. 

The Sig Ep's, Pike's, and Sigma Chi's 
danced and romanced the Chi Omegas at 
autumn swaps. The Chi O's also took their turn 
romancing as they hosted the Autumn Fest 
along with the KD's. The annual Pledge and 
Spring formals were a "blast" as usual. 

Holidays are a special time for Chi Omegas, 
a time not only for enjoying each other's 
fellowship, but a time for helping those less for- 
tunate. The Chi O's served the community by 
making Halloween and Easter "happies" for 
Headstart children. Thanksgiving and 
Christmas baskets were also made for the 
elderly. A trip to the Mississippi Boy's Ranch in 
Columbus is a fun way to spend a Sunday after- 
noon. 



The Chapter united to make Homec 
ing an event to remember for Chi Om« 
The week of campaigning paid off as 
Omega was honored to have four memr. 
of the Homecoming Court. Homecorc 
Queen was Suzanne Harris. Mary Lee H 
mond was Senior Maid; Allyson Ashm 
was Junior Maid and Chris Caffey \ 
elected Sophomore Maid. Irene Dui 
represented Mississippi State and 
Omega as Miss MSU. 

History was made as two sororities, 
Omega and Zeta Tau Alpha, broke groi 
for the beginning of sorority row. 
Omegas hustled and bustled thro 
meetings with architects and held f 
raisers to finalize the plans for their fut'j 
home. The traditional style of the home | 
represent the everlasting purposes of I 
Omega. The Chi O's are obviously awai j 
fall and their first Rush in their Chi Om 
home! 




FIRST ROW: Jean Nunnery; Beth Ratcliff; Melanie Britt; 
Janet Saul; Lisa Brumfield; Susan Shirley; Sherri Carr; 
Cynthia Crawford; Allyson Ashmore; Irene Dumas; Cheryl 
Tate; Leslie Joy. SECOND ROW: Laura Lambdin; Lee 
Shellman; Cara Sweatt; Lisa Britt; Julia Scales; Stephanie 
Sheppard; Leann Ray; Carroll Ann Maynor; Angie Brown; 
Luellen Pittman; Amy Calloway; Julia Hicks; Rebecca 
Hoover; Nancy Jones; Lisa Eubank; Stacy Myrick; Grace 
Holland; Susan Scott; Terri Carlton; Cheryl Hodges; Missy 
Purvis; Laurie Sturdivant. THIRD ROW: Vicki Foster; 
Joanne Lee; Mary Glenn Voss; Jamie Bullock; Louanne 
Dees; Sara Martin; Molly Temple; Beth Buzhardt; Beth 
Farrar; Susan Bommer; Mary McDowell; Elizabeth Putman; 
Tracye Jones; Donna Timbs; Beth McKann; Leigh Ann 



MikeL 

Williams; DeAnna Willis; Ann Turner; Memorie Si j 
Lori Laney; Florrie Pedrick; Peggy Gement; D\< 
Smith; Suzanne Harrison. FOURTH ROW: Cf 
Guess; Beth Dear; Ginny Campbell; Beth Eskr 
Beth Harpole; Becky Foster; Kimberly Inkster; i 
Dee Jones; Karen Smith; Michelle Timbs; i 
Brackett; Alisa Smith; Martha Lawhon; Maria Libe } 
Jill Lawson; Catherine Slaughter; Mary Lynne Bi I 
Marianne Warren; Robin Passons. FIFTH ROW: P I 
Fail; Kim Correro; Chris Conn; Katherine Harrison; | 
Phillips; Tammy Gordy; Laura Peel; Kri 
Rotenberry; Molly McDonald; Anita Shanuak; Jer .1 
Dale; Stephanie Smith; Susan Jeffers; Francine 
Beth Lewis; Lea Brackett. 



194 /Chi Omega 








Mitcie Abel 

Melody Suzanne Anderson 
E Ashleigh Arnold 
Allyson Jo Ashmore 
Stephanie Kay Ashmore 
Mary Lynne Belew 
Gena Bice 
Susan Bornmer 



Beth B Boone 
Lea Brackett 
Rhonda Brandon 
Sharen Cay Brewster 
Melanie Britt 
Angela Carol Brown 
Lydia Elizabeth Brown 
Nelwyn Lisa Brumfield 



Laurin E Bryant 
Jamie H Bullock 
Elizabeth Anne Buzhardt 
Chris Caffey 
Amy Callaway 
Cynthia L Campbell 
Virginia Mae Campbell 
Terrance "Tern" Ann Carlton 



Sherri Carr 
Bronwyn Ann Caves 
Emry Colemaw 
Chris Conn 

Kimberly Ann Correro 
Cynthia C Crawford 
Sandra Crawford 
Jennifer Joyce Dale 



Beth Dear 
M Louann Dees 
Joy Irene Dumas 
Tammy Ellis 
Elizabeth L Eskndge 
Phyllis D. Fail 
Sara Elizabeth Farrar 
Francine K Fox 



Chandra Elise Furches 
Peggy Ann Gement 
Cindy Leigh Guess 
Mary Lee Hammond 
Suzanne E Harris 
Katherine Ann Harrison 
Suzanne Harrison 
Julia Lynn Hicks 



Sandra A Hobby 
Rebecca Windsor Hoover 
Kimberly A Inkster 
Susan R Jeffers 
Karla Suzanne Johnson 
Deidra Danielle Jones 
Nancy Jo Jones 
Sherry Lynn Jones 



Tammy Michelle Lancaster 
Lon A Laney 
Martha Lawhon 
Joanne Lee 
Beth J. Lewis 
Bea Lovelace 
Elizabeth Ann Magoun 
Kem E Marion 



Carrie Neilson Martin 

Sara Martin 

Leigh Anne Massey 

Carroll Ann Maynor 

Molly Catherine McDonald 

Rachel Elizabeth "Beth" McKeand 

Jean Barrett Nummery 

Rhonda Fay Oswalt 



Florrie Elizabeth Pedrick 
Lisa Phillips 
Mary Pierce 
Cynthia D Polk 
Kelly Prichard 
Missy Purvis 
Elizabeth Anne Putman 
Beth Ratcliff 



Carolyn C. Reed 

Cecelia Rhodes 

Kristine Denise Rotenberry 

Janet D Saul 

Julia Scales 

Susan Mary Scott 

Anita Shaunak 

Amy Dawn Sheppard 



Stephanie Deanne Sheppard 
Ann Shirley 
Susan Douglas Shirley 
Alisa June Smith 
Memorie Michelle Smith 
Laurie L. Sturdivant 
Ramona Sutter 
Cara M Sweatt 



Cheryl Lynn Tate 
Molly Michelle Temple 
Kelly P. Thornell 
Michelle Timbs 
Debbie Lynn Trotter 
Mary Glenn Voss 
Greta Ware 
Marianne Warren 



Pam L. Warwick 
Leigh Ann Williams 
Dee Anna Willis 



Chi Omega/ 195 



NICKNAME: Tri Delta 
FOUNDED: 1888 
PLACE FOUNDED: 

Boston College 
COLORS: Silver, Gold, 

And Blue 
FLOWER: Pansy 
SYMBOL: Dolphin 




A Delta Delta Delta girl is one who shares in 
the love of sisterhood. She has found a strength 
in Delta Delta Delta that helps her strive for the 
best through her college years and even after 
they are finished. They are individuals, yet they 
are one in Tri-Delta. 

As Tri-Deltas, they grow in all aspects of life 
. . . scholastically, socially, religiously, and per- 
sonally. This is the theme of Delta Delta Delta. 
They must grow to the fullest extent, but only 



with the help of others. 

A Tri-Delta fits into no sororit' 
stereotype; she is a scholar, a beauty, 
party-goer, a leader, a follower, and 
friend. But most important a Tri-Delta i 
"herself", and she accepts the uniqueness c 
those surrounding her. 

In Delta Delta Delta, they believe in shai 
ing, caring, and knowing that a Tri-Delta i 
worth being. 




Cindy Adair, Angela Adams, Carry Anger, Kim Ashby, Judy Atherton, Loraine 
Barton, Becky Beattie, Celia Beaver, Adele Bethany, Pat Black. Ann Bryan, 
Margaret Bucci, Mary Cain, Anne Clark, Lori Coleman. LeAnn Cowan, Carla 
Cox, Renee Craft, Karen Creekmore, Emily Dabney, Sue Ellen Dallas, Charla 
Diamond, Kay-Lynn Easom, Dana Farve, Sharon Folson, Paula Franklin, Lisa 
Freeman, Mindy Garner, Gaye Garrett, Angie Goodwin, Mary Winn Gordon, 
Sandra Granger, Any Hall, Sherry Hammack, Katie Hanley, Lori Hartzog, 
Lynnie Heaton, Rachelle Hintson, Melanie Hollis, Laura Humphreys, Catyee 
Hurt, Kim Jackson, Lisa Jackson, Paige Jacobi, Joyce Jamison, Shelia Jayroe, 
Rhonda Jester, Kathy Johnson, Keri Johnson, Tyra Johnson, Patti Keller, Con- 
nie Kimball, Nancy King, Liesel Druger, Lisa Long, Meg Lovorn, Lynn Lowry, 
Lisa Luckett, Kate Lutz, Renee Martin, Donna McBride, Laura McClellan, Jen 



Suzanne Sp 

ny McMinn, Michelle Merritt, Adele Minton, Paige Moses, Pam Mow 
Lisa Neubert, Anne Nevels, Melanie Oldham, Tracie Peeler, Elizab 
Petty, Caroline Poarch, Laurie Poe, Kristin Porter, Susanne Ray, Le 
Richardson, Helen Rooks, Lauret Rosser, Mary Ruby, Cheryl Sauc! 
Susanne Shelton, Laura Siedell, Darlene Simmons, Kahne Simmc 
Sharon Singley, Amy Smith, Nancy Smith, Karen Spence. Mara Spitchl 
Laura Strickland, Stacy Swain, Theresa Taylor. Carol Thomas, I 
Thompson, Sally Threldheld, Diede Tucker, Anneliese Tyler, Mich< 
Van Peski, Katheryn Vickery, Susanne Waits, Kim Walters, Ang 
Watkins, Misty Webb, Susan White. Karen Williams, Mary Williams, L 
Wilson, Alisa Wooten, Cindy Yancy, Kim Yates, Mary Yoste, Rei 
Young, Susan Younger, Cathy Ziegler. 



196 / Tri-Delta 




Caroline B Anger 
Kim Elaine Ashby 
Judy C Atherton 
Loraine Barton 
Rebecca J Beattie 
Celia E Beaver 
Adele Bethany 
Patricia Ann Black 



Margaret Ann Bucci 
Mary Elizabeth Cain 
Anne Corinne Clark 
Leann Cowan 
Renee Craft 

Karen Denise Creekmore 
Emily Catherine Dabney 
Sue Ellen Dallas 



Kay Lynn Easom 
Dana Favre 
Paula Lynne Franklin 
Stephanie Gaye Garrett 
Angelia Goodwin 
Sandra Lee Granger 
Amelia Louise Hall 
Sherry Lynn Hammack 



Nancy Hanley 
Loni Alison Hantzog 
Lynnie Heaton 
Rachelle Hintson 
Laura K. Humphreys 
Caytee Hurt 
Lisa Carol Jackson 
Paige Jacobi 



Sheila L Jayroe 
Rhonda Lynne Jester 
Kathy Johnson 
Keri L Johnson 
Tyra Johnson 
Lisa Allison Long 
Lynn Lowery 
Lisa Luckett 



Kate Lutz 

Donna Lyn McBride 
Laura Ann McClellan 
Jennifer J McMinn 
Adele Minton 
Paige E Moses 
Pam Mowdy 
Lisa C Neubert 



Anne S. Nevels 
Melanie Carol Oldham 
Elizabeth Pettey 
Caroline R Poarch 
Laurie Poe 
Kristin Lee Porter 
Veronica Leigh Richardson 
Sarah H Rooks 



MaryRubr 
Cheryl Lyn Saucier 
Susanne Louise Shelton 
Laura Siedell 
Virginia Darlene Simmons 
Sharon Lynnette Singley 
Amy Lora Smith 
Nancy Smith 



Karen Kelly Spence 
Mara Lynn Spitchley 
Stacy Swaid 
Theresa Taylor 
Annehese Tyler 
Kathryn Vickery 
Suzanne T Waits 
Kim Walters 



Angela Marie Watkins 
Misty Glaina Webb 
Karen Williams 
Mary S Williams 
Lana K Wilson 
Alisa A Wooten 
Cindy Yancey 
Kim Yates 



Mary Scott Yoste 
Susan H. Younger 



Delta Delta Delta / 197 



NICKNAME: Dee Gee 
FOUNDED: Christmas 

1873 
PLACE FOUNDED: 

Oxford, Mississippi 
COLORS: Blue, Bronze, 

and Pink 
FLOWER: Cream 

Colored Rose 
SYMBOL: Anchor and 

Raggedy Ann 




Delta Gamma was founded in Oxford, 
Mississippi, at the Lewis School for Girls in 
1873. From there they have grown to include 
over 115 collegiate chapters and 300 alumnae 
chapters and associations in the United States 
and Canada, drawing all Delta Gammas 
together under the symbols. The chapter at 
MSU joined the national roster in 1969, and 
their roster includes 150 girls from all over this 
state, as well as many others. At four of the 
seven national conventions since the charter of 
Delta Gamma at State, they have received the 
"Most Outstanding Chapter in the Nation 
Award" in their category. 

Delta Gammas are actively involved in all 
phases of campus life. This chapter is proud to 
include many fraternity little sisters, Fashion 
Board members, Union Program Council 
members and a director, The Outstanding 
Freshman Woman, Bridal Fair models, 
academic honorary club members and 
presidents, Roadrunners, Alumni Delegates, 



two of the five Outstanding Greek Women a 
MSU, Baseball Diamond Girls, Who's WI 
members, Varsity Athletes, Madrigal Singers 
the homecoming sign winners in both sororit; 
and overall divisions, and much, much more. 

In addition to their studying and campus in 
volvement, DG's also find plenty of time fo 
fun. They can be found enjoying themselves a 
fraternity swaps, Big Brother parties, pef 
rallies, intramural games, formals, Big Sis/Li' 
Sis parties, supporting Anchor Brothers ot 
their victories as SA President and their frater 
nity presidents, or just spending time together 
Whether it is watching proudly as their siste 
accepts the title of 1985 Miss Reveille or seeinc 
a newly pinned sister blow out a candle, thest 
are all a part of the special feeling that bind: 
Delta Gammas together everywhere. The; 
have found that being a Delta Gamma does no 
stop with graduation, but provides a lifetime o 
happy memories and lasting friendships. 




FIRST ROW: Allison Brilt; Leigh Ayers, Melanie Miller; Roxie Hightower, Lucy 
Purnell; Lesli Morns; Jan Jackson; Jennifer Wicker; Melmda Moore. Maun 
Armstrong, Dawn Harmel, Amy Monroe, Mary Allen Bowen. Paula Prude SE- 
COND ROW Jamie Kidd. Anita Deltor, Jacquelyn Crane, Alice Fulton; Laura 
Pund. Mimi Robison; Sadie Flint, Wanda McCarty, Marcia Simrall; Adele Dulin; 
Debbie Davis; Carol Brenner; Cheryl Perry; Kim Thomason, Melinda McNeil. 
Jeana Sanders. THIRD ROW Kristiane Tatum, Lori Kimble, Christ. Haley, 
Lon Climer; Lacy Amis, Rebekah Therrell, Dottie Decell, Laura Robins. Karen 
Rogers; Lynn Gardner. Susan Emerson, Sandy Toler, Laurie Huskison. Marie 
Ridell; Scarlet Prayter; Kay Arender; Jenny Rench FOURTH ROW; Leslie 
McRae; Susan Randolph, Trapp Smith, Karen Edwards; Connie Lucas; Evelyn 
Webb; Kim Kilpatnck; Tracy Hall; Laura Polk; Angela Ham, Allison Wesson; 
Cathy Walker, Susan Jones. Debbie Williams, Karen Hester; Becky Carr. 
Dodie Nunnelee FIFTH ROW Amy Odom; Tracy Taylor; Stephanie Jeffords; 
Laurie Prescott; Sandi Foster. Susan Ashmore; Laura Bilbro, Lilly Nye. Janice 



Scott Norwooii 

DeNomie; Jill Ross, Michelle Bryan. Kim Neatherly; Amy Prestndge, Priss;'! 
Blowe; Amy Walker. Camille Stone. Susan Maier SIXTH ROW Lora Cox] 
Keiiy Mcllwain, Nancy Conway, Angle Byrd, Ann Bryant, Ellen Prescott, Lmd. 
Haney; Lianne Cartee; Karen Thomas, Katnna Ownbey. Lon Byrd, Vond. 
Vanderdray, Lisa Arthur, Karen Ownbey, Jeana McDowell. Celia Cook; Lis. j! 
Stevens. NOT PICTURED Haley Andrews. Jeane Auftenberg, Beth Brady , 
Michelle Clark; Janice Crockett; Heather Davis; Minette Dowdle, Allisoi j 
Freeman; Tirey Guthene; Dody Hall, Lynn Hann, Cindy Hardin, Leigh Howell 
Kari Lewellen; Karen Martin; Mary Mauldin. Denise Moxon, Faith Nolen, Am 
Polk; Rachel Power; Dianne Ratliff; Lisa Ratliff; Kecia Russell; Lori Siberl i 
Jackie Slater, Kaye Smotherman. Kate Spencer, Edie Springer; Joanne Streift || 
Susan Sullivan; Kathryn Touchstone; Kala Ainsworth, Jennifer Bilbro; Julit i 
Bishop; Lori Burt, DeAnne Dillingham, Myra Fitts, Lisa Mayden, Debbii 
McAlexander; Mary M Phillips; Cheryl Quinn; E. A, Sides, Melesia Spence I 
Robin Taylor; Kim Thames; Melissa Tyre, Paula Wright 



198 /Delta Gamma 




Kala Charlean Ainsworth 
Kay E Arender 
Mauri A Armstrong 
Lisa Ann Arthur 
Susan D. Ashmore 
Leigh Ayres 
Jennifer Marie Bilbro 
Laura Anne Bilbro 



Julie Bishop 
Pnscilla L Blowe 
Beth Brady 
Carol A Brenner 
Edia Allison Bntt 
Elizabeth Ann Bryant 
Lon Jean Burt 
Becky Carr 



Kimberly Michelle Clark 
Lori Lucinda Climer 
Nancy Conway 
Celia G. Cook 
Lora Cox 
Jacquelyn Crane 
Janice Sue Crockett 
Heather E Davis 



Dottie S. Decell 
Anita J. Dettor 
Bethany DeAnn Dillinha 

Leah Minette Dowdle 
Adelc Dulm 
Susan K. Emerson 
Myra Fitts 
Sandi M. Foster 



Lynn Allison Freeman 
Alice Fulton 
Lynn A. Gardner 
Sandra Greer 
Margaret Tireg Guthrie 
Christi Lynn Haley 
Dody Hall 
Tracy H. Hall 



Angela Ham 

Linda Haney 

Lynn M Hann 

Dawn Elizabeth Harmel 

Karen Hester 

Roxie Lee Hightower 

Leigh Ann Howell 

Laurie G. Huskison 



Alisa Jan Jackson 
Stephanie Diane Jeffords 
Susan L. Jones 
Jamie Kathryn Kidd 
Kimberley Ann Kilpatnck 
Lon Alison Kimble 
Susan T. Maier 
Karen Ann Martin 



Mary H Mauldm 
Lisa Leigh Mayden 
Debra Jane McAlexant 
Wanda McCarty 
Jeana McDowell 
Kelly Lane Mcllwam 
Melinda Faye McNeill 
Leslie L McRae 



Melanie Carol Miller 
Amy Ashford Monroe 
Melinda Carol Moore 
Lesli C Morris 

Kimberly Lynn Neathery 
Betty Faith Nolen 
Dodie Jane Nunnelee 
Lillie Marie Nye 



Amy L Odom 
Karen M. Ownbey 
Katrina Lynn Ownbey 
Cheryl Lynn Perry 
Laura V Polk 
Rachel E. Power 
Scarlet D Praytor 
Paula Prude 



Laura Beth Pund 
M Susan Randolph 
Diane Ratliff 
Jenny L. Rench 
Laura Barbera Robins 
Mimi Gayle Robinson 
Karen Denise Rogers 
Harriet Jill Ross 



Kecia Michelle Russell 
Jeanna D Sanders 
Lori A. Sibert 
Elizabeth Ann Sides 
Melesia Renae Spence 
Edie Springer 
Lisa Carol Stevens 
Joann Streigg 



Michele Lee Sullivan 
Knstiane Mane Tatem 
Robin Lynette Taylor 
Tracy Lynn Taylor 
RebekahTherrell 
Karen Ann Thomas 
Kimberly Renee Thomason 
Sandra Elaine Toler 



Kathryn Touchstone 
Vonda Faye Vanderdray 
Amy Walker 
Cathy Ann Walker 
Evelyn Webb 
Allison Lynn Wesson 
Jennifer Lee Wicker 
Paula Karyn Wright 



Delta Gamma / 199 



NICKNAME: KD 


FOUNDED: Oct. 23, 


1897 


PLACE: Longwood 


College 


COLORS: Green and 


White 


FLOWER: White Rose 


SYMBOL: Turtle and 


Katydid 




Kappa Delta was founded in Farmville, 
Virginia in 1897 and was established on MSU's 
campus in 1971. Hand in hand with the turtle 
and the white rose, wearing the colors green 
and white. Delta Omega chapter of Kappa 
Delta has grown to be one of the largest 
sororities on campus having over 140 members 
and pledges. Kappa Delta's growth was ignited 
by the enthusiasm and spirit of sisters who 
strive for a common goal of "that which is 
honorable, beautiful and highest." Kappa Delta 
is a group of versatile girls — volleyball 
piayers, majorettes, tennis players, Fashion 
Board members, Honor Society members, Mat- 
chmates, Roadrunners, Diamond Girls, Frater- 
nity Little Sisters, Fraternity Sweethearts. Each 
girl shares the common bond of Kappa Delta, 
but each girl is respected for the individual per- 
son that she is. 

Kappa Delta is an active group. They put 



a lot of effort into raising money for their 
tional philanthropy, The Crippled Childrt 
Home in Richmond, Virginia. They ad 
families in the community at Thanksgiv 
and Christmas and have toy drives witl 
campus fraternity. 

Kappa Delta's also have good tir 
together at their social events, such as 
Fiji's MTV swap, a toga swap with the D< 
Chi's, a Hawaiian KA swap, and a Ha 
ween swap with the Pikes. The KD's i 
schedule several other social functions 
eluding an Autumn Fest with the Chi O': 
Black Widow Blast at Halloween, a ple< 
Christmas dance, their annual KD Kidn 
and the Kappa Delta Emerald Ball. 

Kappa Delta is a "home away fr 
home" where there is a special place 
each sister; where each girl is expected tc 
herself. 




FIRST ROW: Diahn Underwood, Anne Jackson, Dianna 
Parrish, Lisa Davis, Polly Parker, Ginger Gardner, Phyllis 
Sherman, Lou Anne Weiss. SECOND ROW: Brette 
Ballard, Chrisann Chadwick, Beth Sawyer, Traci Mims, 
Kim Bigham, Suzi Mitchner, Renee Weseli, Laura West, 
Julie Work, Hope Henry, Becky Buston, Danna Ellis, Ellen 
Atkinson, Greta Gripenshaw. THIRD ROW: Angie McKee, 
Amanda Scarborough, Catherine Cooper, Kay Shickly, 
Michelle Valentine, Suzanne Paul, Margret Steele, Kim 
Crowers, Deeaine Diver, Myra Sheffield, Sara Lyon, Stacy 
Bruce, Leanne Mangum, Leigh Willoughby. FOURTH 
ROW: Lee Anne Griffin. Debbie Williams, Camille Collins, 
Sonya Thomas, Allison Foran, Becky Pongetti, Ryan 



Suzanne 'j|f 
Matt, Christy Corley, Terri Mims, Leslie Sheford, C l] 
Clarke, Joanne Williams, Tracy Abraham, Dy; It 
Peacock, Ginger Dinkins, Terry Mobley, Eliza 1 
Butler, Robin Stiglet, Natalie Lambert, Tracee Ci | 
Carol Gary. FIFTH ROW: Jane Lennard, Terri G i> 
ner, Thea Morris, Kate Holiman, Michele Dyer, Sell 
Dunn, Karol Crowder, Mary Bell, Shelly Milling. SI) ' 
ROW: Donna Walker, Shelia Pitchfield, Amy 
relson, Elizabeth Dykes, Judy Jackson, Judith I 
• lnlis Stinger, Resa Ray, Renee Farris, Jeanine Cr I 
Lori Andrews, Sidney Keelett, Tally Phyfer, Del 
Hodge, Mary Leigh Coker. 



200 / Kappa Delta 




Tracy Abraham 
Ann Adams 
Lon Diane Andrews 
Ellen Atkinson 
Polly Melissa Baker 
Bvette Price Ballard 
Marianne Barnett 
Mary Bell 



Mary Frances Blakeney 
Kathy J Boykin 
Terri Brown 
Becky D Butler 
Mary Virginia Buzhardt 
Julie Carlisle 
Chnsann Chadwick 
Carol R.Clarke 



Kimberley A Clowers 
Terri Lynn Clowers 
Mary Leigh Coker 
LCamille Collin 
Christy Corley 
Jennifer Anne Cram 
Wendy Ann Dengel 
Cynthia Gaye Donald 



Susan R Doughty 
Elizabeth Ann Dykes 
Michelle Dyer 
L Renee Farris 
Allison Rae Foran 
Ginger Gardner 
Ann Michelle Griffin 
Amy L. Harrelson 



Hope Henry 
Deborah M Hodge 
Kate B Holiman 
Judy Carol Jackson 
Sarah J Jefcoat 
Andrea L. Lewis 
Jill Little 
Sara L Lyon 



Monica Leigh Mabry 
Lianne Mangum 
Martha Ruth Matthews 
Marci McCord 
Angela McKee 
Elizabeth Ryan Metts 
Elizabeth L Myrick 
Terri Lee Nichols 



Judith Noe 

Stacy LeAnn Papasan 
Suzanne Renee Paul 
Dyanne C Peacock 
DeLame Piver 
Michele Poag 
Rebecca Ann Pongetti 
Monica Rawlinson 



Resa Lynne Ray 
KelliJeanReeder 
Carol Ann Rowell 
Jen Elizabeth Sawyer 
Myra Sheffield 
Phyllis Noe Sherman 
Leslie Shuford 
Amy L. Smith 



Lane Smith 
Nan Melinda Smith 
Stacey Elizabeth Smith 
Margaret Steele 
Robin E Stiglets 
Julee Stringer 
Susan E Swoope 
Ginger L Thompson 



Leigh A Toler 
Michele Valentine 
Donna Walker 
Helene Michele Watson 
Lou Anne Weiss 
Renee Weseli 
Laura West 
Julie Ann Work 



Kappa Delta/ 201 



NICKNAME: Phi Mu 
FOUNDED: 1852 
PLACE FOUNDED: 

Wesleyan College, 

Georgia 
COLORS: Rose and 

White 
FLOWER: Pink 

Carnation 
SYMBOL: Lady Bug 



#M 



FIRST ROW: Gay Statham; Susan Beau- 
doin; Mandy Mclntyre; Susan Ramsey; 
Kendal Keyes; Melissa Jefferies; Laura 
Smith, Betty Mitchell; Kathy Abraham. 
SECOND ROW; Lee Wilson,; Kathryn Ann 
Arant; Tammy Wright; Lynn Holcolm; 
Sheri Jones; Kim Fleming; Sheri Campbell; 
Susan Sheffield. THIRD ROW: Kathy 
Henry; Amy Kirkland, Beth Covington; 
Princess Gates; Lynn Muse; Frances Frey; 
Tavia McNair; Trayce Culpepper; Susan 
Knight; Sally Lewis. FOURTH ROW: 
Christie Clarke; Penny Sullivan; Shawn 
Thomas; Lisa Sallis; Leslie Conner; De De 
Morgan; Laura Davidson; Angelique Miller 
Alicia Whatley; Lisa Marler; Diane Phillips 
Dana Ford; Miriam Wells. FIFTH ROW 
Pal Mansour; Trisha Mullins; Carolyn 
Callen; Shara Burton; Liz Williams; 
Margaret Flanigan; Lisa Tatum; Kim 
Claridy; Virginia McCarra; Shawn Healy; 
Amy Wittmayer. SIXTH ROW: Lynn 
White; Katie Miller; Gay Holladay; 
Veronica Hunter; Lucy Ruffin; Stephanie 
Tyner; Jennifer Cheatham; Robbie Mur- 
phy; Veronica Hunter; Lisa Dillingham; 
Stephanie Hathcock; Lee Ann Parham; 
Barbra Mitchell; Tara Long. 



FIRST ROW: Lana Canull; Leigh Miller; 
Stacy Collins; Lou Ann Cheney; Laura 
Black; Rachel Sherper; Sarah Stewart; 
Catti Case. SECOND ROW: Kathleen 
Collins; Kathy Little; Lisa Conner; Kim 
Linn; Carmen Jonson; Stacy Steel; Lee 
Ann Warwick; Michelle Bigham. THIRD 
ROW: Melanie Andrews; Katy Brown; 
Lisa Fowlkes; Alisa Duck; Karen 
Votland; Pam Hult; Paula Covington; 
Joanna Stricklin; Pam Eldridge, Lesley 
Dotson; Allison Bullock; Judy Gibson, 
Michelle White. FOURTH ROW: Stacy 
Ruffin; Angela Abraham; Laurin Graves; 
Shanda Gemerny; Beth Turnage; Barbie 
Russum; Brenda Williams; Malouise 
Mortimer. 



Phi Mu was founded in 1852 at Wesleyan 
College in Macon, Georgia. From one chapter 
with three girls, Phi Mu has grown to over 100 
chapters nationwide. Kappa Alpha Chapter 
began at MSU in 1963, and has grown to in- 
clude 150 members. Phi Mu's are proud of 
their colors, rose and white, and their flower, 
the pink carnation. Phi Mu's share a strong 



bond of sisterhood by participating ii 
chapter meetings, chapter Bible studies, Bi< 
Sis-Little Sis, and swaps with fraternities 
Phi Mu's show their individuality by modeii 
ing on Fashion Board, being Fraternity Littl< • 
Sisters, recruiting future students with Roai| 
Runners and being Orientation Leaders. 




Scott Norwood — A I 



202 / Phi Mu 





Melanie Andrews 
Kathryn Anne Arant 
Susan C Beaudoin 
Jackie B Bennett 
Michelle Bigham 
Laura Black 
Melanie Rose Brent 
Katy Brown 



Allison Bullock 
Shara Leigh Burton 
Carolyn W Callen 
Jennifer Suzanne Cheatham 
Christie Clarke 
Kathleen A Collins 
Stacy J Collins 
Leslie L Conner 



Lisa Elaine Conner 
Beth Covington 
Tanza C Culpepper 
Tracye Felice Culpepper 
Kim L Dill 
Lisa Linn Dillingham 
Lesley L Dotson 
Alisa Duck 



Susan Ann Dyer 
Mary Pamela Eldridge 
Margaret S Flanagan 
Kimberly Hope Fleming 
Lisa Fowlkes 
Frances E Frey 
Lydia Carol Garrison 
Princess Rose Gates 



Shanda Germany 
Judith Carol Gibson 
Brooke Hackmeyer 
Laura Hendricks 
Kathy Henry 
Dixie Myrth Herring 
Terri Lynn Herring 
Lynn Holcomb 



Stacy Ellen Hupfer 
Amy Janous 
Carmen Jordon 
Susan Frances Keyes 
Kendyl Anne Keys 
Sally C Lewis 
Kim Allison Linn 
Tara Long 



Lynda Ann Lynch 
Stephanie Lynn Maddox 
Pal Mansour 
Nanci L Mason 
Tavia L McNair 
Katy Miller 
Leigh Miller 
Robin Mills 



Betty J Mitchell 
Deedee Cecile Morgan 
Malorise Mortimer 
Robbie R Murphey 
Lynne Muse 
Lori Denise Nelson 
Leeann Parham 
Lucy Ruffin 



Stacy L Ruffin 

Lisa Sallis 

Susan J Sheffield 

Laura Lynn Smith 

Gay Lynn Statham 

Stacy Steel 

Lisa Stewart 

Joanna Lynn Stricklin 



Terry Shawn Thomas 
Elizabeth Geralyn Turnage 
Stephanie Hart Tyner 
Lee Ann Warwick 
Miriam Wells 
Teresa Michelle White 
Brenda Faith Williams 
Liz Williams 



Tammy Lynne Wright 
Jennifer Lynn Zeppelin 



Phi Mu / 203 



NICKNAME: Zeta 
FOUNDED: October 15, 

1898 
PLACE FOUNDED: 

Longwood College, 

Farmville, Va. 
FLOWER: White Violet 
COLORS: Turquoise 

Blue and Grey 
SYMBOL: Angel 




Over the last 45 years, Gamma Zeta 
Chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha has experienced 
immense growth with a present membership of 
approximately 150 young ladies. With the 
building of one of first sorority houses at MSU, 
the ladies of Zeta Tau Alpha look forward to 
moving into their new home which is one of the 
South's largest houses. 

The Zeta angels are seen in all aspects of 
campus life. In addition to striving for high 
scholastic achievements, Zeta also encourages 
involvement in MSU extracurricular activities 
and service in the Starkville community. 



Some of their involvements incl 
cheerleading, Student Government, A: 
Flight, Scotchguard, Matchmates, Road 
ners, Fraternity Little Sisters, Lampi 
Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Lambda D<|f 
Cardinal Key, Bulldog Hostesses, IntramI 
Sports and more. 

Being a Zeta means being an indivit 
with her own likes and dislikes, but with 
common goal of always being a frienc 
anyone. Because, after all, "Zeta 
Forever." 




FIRST ROW: Gina Rogers; Julie Barber, Big Brother Chair 
man; Niki Clement; Renee Clement; Jodi Stubbs; Susan 
Caffey; Carla Hartley; Diane Bland; Kim Elliot; Sally 
Lewis; Cindy Shoaf. SECOND ROW: Payton Stacy; Leah 
Wheat; Suzy Valentine; Jackie Loftin; Mary Bianca; Carol 
Gilliland; Joan Fletcher; Beth Humphrey, Vice President; 
Janet Houston; Ann Harris, Treasurer; Gingi Smith, Becky 
Buttross. THIRD ROW: Alice Callicutt; Carmen Green; 
Dana Bonney, President; Dee Dee Moore; Sandy Bruce; 
Desiree Beyer; Pam McMullen; Cathy Williamson; Joanna 
Westmoreland; Beth Brock; Suzanne Wamble; Terri 
Templeton; Linda Moore; Shelly Martin. FOURTH ROW: 
Kathryn Lindsey; Suzann Terry; Libby Martin; Cynthia 



Scott Norv 
Mclntyre; Mary Paige Collins; Tina White; Sh 
Linam; Lee Hilliard; Paige Wilkins; Cindy Par 
Historian Reporter; Meredith Phillips; Elise Lip 
Dodie Kent; Ann McLane; Stephanie Peeples. FI! 
ROW: Nicole Clark; Robyn Wilson; Amy Harper; P 
Frazier; Genia Malone; Leigh Martin; Amy Kemp; . 
Johnson; Lisa Broomhall; Deana Smith; Allison Fra 
Laura McMaster. SIXTH ROW: Paige Soneson; M 
Sessums; Renee Briscoe; Leslie Knight; Emmy Pa 
son; Jacquelyne Blaylock; Cathy Esther; [ 
Kearney; Laura Sinclair; Beth Tiffin; Leigh Dowr 
Margaret Ann Montgomery. 



204 / Zeta Tau Alpha 







Peggy Renee Allred 
Amy Armstrong 
Sarah E Barlow 
Desiree Beyer 
Mary Bianca 
Joni Lyn Blackwood 
Robin Diane Bland 
Dana Bonney 
Jennifer Bradford 

Renee Briscoe 
Beth Br.., k 
Connie Brown 
Mary Brown 
Sandy Elaine Bruce 
Becky Buttross 
Susan Caffey 
Alice Callicutt 
Maria Renee Cavazos 

Kim Clark 
Beth Claybrook 
Maria Nicolette Clement 
Mary Paige Collins 
Denise Marie Cumberland 
Stephanie Cunningham 
Leslie Dean 
Donna Degruchy 
Carole Ann Donald 

Leigh Downing 
Linda Eavenson 
Kim Elliott 
Cathy Esther 
Joan K. Fletcher 
Jennifer Forrester 
Monica Fortman 
Allison Ann Frazier 
Patricia Leigh Frazier 

Carol Gilliland 
Carmen Goodwin 
Carmen Elizabeth Green 
Lisa Grice 
Ann Harris 
Cheryl Harrison 
Carla Mane Hartley 
Lee Hillrard 
Terri Lee Hmson 

Sherrie E Holman 
Beth Humphrey 
Amy Elizabeth Johnson 
Dana Kearney 
Amy L Kemp 
Elizabeth S Kent 
Jackie Lynn Kilgore 
Leslie A Knight 
Lane Laster 

Renee Lewis 
Sally M. Lewis 
Denise Lillo 
Shawn Linam 
Kathryn Lindsey 
Lady Elise Lipsey 
Nan Lipsey 
Jacquelyn Loftin 
Laura L. Long 

Bndgit Manning 
Elizabeth Lee Martin 
Sharon Leigh Martin 
Suzanne Matthews 
Deborah Jean McElya 
Cynthia Lynn Mclntyre 
Ann McLane 
Laura McMaster 
Pamela Sue McMullen 

Mary Melissa Monroe 
Margaret Ann Montgomery 
Dinah Moore 
Linda Sue Moore 
Carolina S. Noble 
Krista A- Oliveno 
Cindy Parrish 
Emmy Patterson 
Stephanie Dianne Peeples 

Meredith Ann Phillips 
Elizabeth Ann Pike 
Misty Polk 
Stephanie Ragland 
Laura Richardson 
Renee Richmond 
Becky Rodgers 
Vicki Roth 
Carmen Shea Saxton 

Phillis Saxton 
Sonya Sebren 
Marty Sessums 
Cynthia Lee Shoaf 
Laura Sinclair 
Cynthia Smith 
Gingi Smith 
Paige Soneson 
Payton Stacy 

Jodi Michele Stubbs 
Leslie Adair Taylor 
Polly Teel 
Terri Templeton 
Suzann Terry 
Mary Thomas 
Sharon Thomas 
Beth Tiffin 
Suzy Valentine 

Wanda Weems 
Wendy Joyce Weems 
Joanna S. Westmoreland 
Leah Wheat 
Tina White 

Jennifer Paige Wilkins 
Stephanie Williams 
Catherine Jane Williamson 
RobynD. Wilson 



Zeta Tau Alpha / 205 



FOUNDED: 1908 
PLACE FOUNDED: Ohio 

State and the 

University Of Illinois 

MSU Colony - 1980 
COLORS: Dark Green 

and Gold 
FLOWER: Pink Rose 
SYMBOL: Sickle and 

Sheaf (wheat) 




Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity is a na- 
tional social-professional fraternity for 
men majoring in agriculturally related 
fields. Its purpose is to make better men 
and through them a broader and better 
agriculture. 

Over 40,000 young men have joined 
the fraternity. It has 56 chapters and six 
colonies. AGR membership is a lifelong 
professional affiliation — one that is as 
important and meaningful after gradua- 
tion as it is during the college years. 

Alpha Gamma Rho's unique combina- 
tion of professional and fraternal interests 
has contributed immensely to America's 



agricultural achievements. Man;, 
agricultural leaders nationwide in educa 
tion, government, industry and produc 
tion are AGR brothers. 

Their little sister organization is knowi 
as Rho Mates. Alumni of the organizatioi 
at MSU are in professions varying fron 
farming and teaching to medicine am 
journalism. 

Annual events include the Hawaiiai 
Luau, Pink Rose Formal and New Year' 
Eve party in October. Fund raising event 
for charities such as the March of Dime 
are also held. 



Mike Besh, Treasurer; Michael 
Newman. Vice Noble Ruler; Kevin 
S'jrrette, Noble Ruler. 



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Michael G Swindle 



206 / Alpha Gamma Rho 



Sigma Nu was founded at Virginia 
Military Institute in 1869 by three men 
seeking to create a brotherhood between 
men who governed each act by a high 
sense of honor. Since that time, Sigma Nu 
has grown into one of the world's greatest 
fraternal organizations, ranking among 
the top ten in number of initiates and ac- 
tive chapters. With active chapters 
spread over the United States and 
Canada, Sigma Nu is a truly diverse 
organization with one common goal: to 
continue to promote its founders' ideals 
of love, honor, and truth. 

Iota Gamma chapter at Mississippi 
State is one of MSU's newest fraternities, 
having been reorganized from a dormant 
chapter in 1981. In only four short years, 
the fraternity has established itself well, 
consistently placing among the leaders in 



fraternity grade point averages and mov- 
ing to a larger chapter house on 
Lafayette Street to accommodate its re- 
cent growth trend. 

The chapter makes every effort to be 
active in the community and places great 
emphasis on helping one's fellow man in 
such activities as blood drives and charity 
functions to benefit various organizations. 

However, Sigma Nu does not overlook 
its status as a social fraternity. Various 
social functions such as parties, swaps, 
retreats, and more informal gatherings 
are held throughout the year. 

Iota Gamma chapter continues to grow 
in membership and stature at MSU as 
more men take the challenge of building 
another great chapter of a fraternity with 
the richest of traditions and an eye turned 
towards the future. 



NICKNAME: Sigma Nu 

FOUNDED: 1869 

PLACE FOUNDED: 

Virginia Military Institute 

COLORS: Black and Gold 

FLOWER: White Rose 

SYMBOL: Serpent 





FIRST ROW: Fletcher Woo; Brad 
Simpson; Mike Philpot; Randall 
Dong; Ritchie Bufkin. SECOND 
ROW: Hank Blum; Bruce Tate; 
James Kraska; Doug Plotner; Bran 
Crowe THIRD ROW: R. A. Ruff; 
Billy Rogers; Bruce Richards; James 
G. Creel II; Andrew Kaletta. 



I 



Hank Blum 

James Stephen Booth 

Ritchie S Bufkin 

James Creel 

Thomas Logan Crudup 

B Randall Dong 

Andrew Thomas Kaletta 



Darrell Joseph Keady 
James C Kraska 
Mark Maloy 
Victor Joseph McCoy 
Edwin Michael Philpot 
Bruce David Richards 
William Rogers 



Richard A Ruff 
Bradford P Simpson 
Bruce A. Tate 
Daniel Eric Truitt 
Fletcher Clayton Woo 
Charles J Wusnade 



Sigma Nu / 207 



NICKNAME: Ato 
FOUNDED: September 

11, 1865 
PLACE FOUNDED: 

Virginia Military 

Institute, Lexington, 

Virginia 
COLORS: Sky Blue and 

Gold 
FLOWER: White Tea 

Rose 
SYMBOL: Maltese Cross 




Alpha Tau Omega, with over 150,000 
members nationally is one of the largest and 
strongest national fraternities on campuses to- 
day. ATO has 116 chapters throughout the 
country, all of which are part of our lasting 
brotherhood. Alpha Tau Omega at Mississippi 
State University is one of the most versatile 
groups on the campus with its members 
possessing many qualities and representing 
many backgrounds. On both the national and 
local levels, ATO is leading the way in the 
fraternity world, with imagination and innova- 
tions constantly seeking to improve the things 
we do. 

Alpha Tau Omega is pioneering the fraterni- 
ty world with examples such as: the first na- 
tional fraternity to adopt a "No Hazing" policy, 
and the building of a new six-million-dollar facili- 
ty to train leaders. The "leadershape" complex 
will host a group of five-to-ten members from 
each fraternity chapter who will attend leader- 
ship seminars and workshops. 

Locally, Alpha Tau Omega is constantly ac- 



tive in the community with events such ' 
The Annual Starkville Thanksgiving Fc 
Drive; The March of Dimes fight agai 
birth defect; CPR courses with T 
American Heart Association; and T 
Kidney Foundation battle to solve kidr 
disease. 

The men of Alpha Tau Omega have 
joyed their first year in their new home. T 
new facility on fraternity row features a fi 
enclosed courtyard which can be used fo 
wide variety of purposes. 

Alpha Tau Omega started out their soc 
calendar with a "Let's Go Crazy" swt 
Decked out in high-top tennis shoes and v, 
hair cuts, the gentlemen of Alpha T 
Omega joined with the ladies of Phi Mu ii 
purple-colored celebration. Other events 
the social calendar include participation 
the Homecoming celebration, a swap w 
the ladies of Zeta Tau Alpha, Bacchanal 
Greek All-Sing, and a formal ball. 




208 / Alpha Tau Omega 




Raymond Betcher 
Louis Neil Brown 
Richard B Carron. Jr 
George Clyde Cox 
Thomas Jay Dees 



Mare Emrnerke 
Charles Christian Evans 
David Ezell 
George L Fendley 
John E Franke 



Stephen S Hamilton 
Clarence Eugene Hauck 
Jeffrey Hemphill 
John Hester, Jr 
William Dennis Horn 



Robert D. Jennings 
James N. C. Moffat 'V 
Billy Mitchell Mooie 
Greg Northington 
James E. Only 



David Poland 
Rayford Lee Roberts, Jr, 
William Stephen Rob.nson 
James H Rone 
Thomas M Skipper 



Maurice Stockton VI 



Alpha Tau Omega / 209 



NICKNAME: Ka 
FOUNDED: 1865 
PLACE FOUNDED: 

Washington and Lee 
COLORS: Crimson and Old 
Gold 

FLOWER: Red Rose, 
Magnolia 

SYMBOL: Crimson Cross 




"Good afternoon. Kappa Alpha Mansion. 
Home of fine Southern gentlemen, dispensers 
of that rare but true virtue of Southern 
hospitality. Mint juleps will be served on the 
veranda between the hours of 4 and 6 P.M. 
This is pledge brother speaking, to 

which of my esteemed and distinguished 
brothers do you wish to converse?" This was 
the spill that Kappa Alpha pledges gave to 
telephone callers after they made a mad dash 
to answer the phone before it rang too many 
times. The pledges were required to memorize 
the saying and repeat it in a matter of seconds. 

Kappa Alpha was different from the other 
fraternities, because it wasn't a fraternity, but 
an order. An order selects members because of 
their qualities and doesn't try to mold their 



pledges. The qualities they looked for w« 
character, sincerity, sensitivity, scholars! 
and leadership. 

The KA's continued their tradition 
Southern charm at the annual Old South Bal 
April. The celebration began with a night 
gambling in their house fashioned as an old-ti 
saloon. Dressed in Confederate uniforms, 
KA's picked up their dates in carriages i 
paraded them around campus before the B 
Then the chapter headed for Florida to pa 
there. 

The KA's also raised money throughout 
year for Muscular Dystrophy. Actives < 
alumni honored Robert E. Lee, their spirit 
founder, on his birthday and the founders of 
order. 




FIRST ROW: Mark Longreen; Alan Hendricks; Jimmy 
Gathings; David Swedenburg; Jeff Goldsmith; Rob Bulloch; 
Burk Nabors; Webb Anderson; Greg Maloney; Ned Rob- 
bins; Steve Renegar; Jeff Smith, Greg Barker; Constantine 
Zouboikas; Mike Szumigala. SECOND ROW: Stacey 
Swedenburg; Jared Ellis; Tim Pinkerton; Ben Nabors; Ran- 
dy Allen THIRD ROW: Boakner Blankenstein; Warren 
East; Randy Russell; Bryhn Beck; David Thomas; Chris 
Palmer; Bill Thompson; Kevin Craft; Tom Lowery; Terry 
Perry; Jamie Hill; Cliff Axtell; John Carroll; Jeff Mansell; 



Yancey Farris; Greg Spraw; Steve Sharp; Kyle Sf 
FOURTH ROW: Rob Causey; Russell Martin; David 
John Hill; Shawn Swedenburg; Chip Meadow; Bill 
Jimmy Shannon; Keith Currie; Richie Woolwine; 
Wesson; John Nabors; Chris Bryon; Johnny Little; 
mond Smith; John McDill. FIFTH ROW: Steven Hoil 
Mike Carr; Pater Blocker; Brian Callaway; Stephen I 
son; Fred Burns; Barry Woodward; Mackye White; ( ft 
White; Travis Gott; Bo Kennedy; James Robinson; I 
Lancaster; Roscoe Butkin 



210 /Kappa Alpha 




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David Allen 

Clifford Webb Anderson, Jr 

Boatner Alston Blankenstein 

Peter Grant Blocker 

David L Bond 

Robert E Bullock, Jr 

Frederick Conner Burns 



Bryan Howard Callaway 

Gregg Cannon 

John David Carr 

J. Mike Carr 

David E Cox 

William "Keith" Curne 

Charles Gregory Davis 



Phillip Scott Deaton 
Davis Walter Dickson 
David J Dodd 
Grant Jeffrey Egley 
Jared S. Ellis 
Thomas G Farris 
Haley Reeves Fisackerly 



James Morns Gathings 
Thomas Green 111 
Allen Hendricks 
Stephen F Houston 
William W.lupe 
Charles A Kelly 
Bo F. Kennedy 



Drew Laster 

Ferrell Lewis 

Jay Loposer 

Thomas Bradford Lowery 

William Milton Malone III 

Greg Maloney 

Gerald Adams Matthews 



John S McDill 
Richard McDuffie 
Hunter Hurley Mills 
Christopher Eugene Palmer 
Terry Perry 
Vaughn Estus Porter 
Glenn Ray 



Alan Dale Rhea 
Jeffrey P. Rhett 
Ned William Robbins 
Randal Russell 
Steve F. Sharp 
Al Sills 
Jeffrey C. Slaughter 



Jeff A. Smith 
Raymond Ernest Smith 
John Kyle Spring 
Gregory H Sprow 
David Swedenburg 
Stacy B Swedenburg 
Michael Jeffrey Szumigala 



Scott Allen Thigpen 
Edward Russell Tillery 
David Weber 
Bubba L.Wells 
Ray Wesson 



Kappa Alpha / 211 



NICKNAME: Kappa 

Sig 
FOUNDED: Dec. 10, 

1869 
PLACE FOUNDED: 

Univ. of Va., 

Charlottesville 
COLORS: Scarlet, 

Green, and White 
FLOWER: Lily 
SYMBOL: Caduceaus 




The Kappa Sigma Fraternity has always had 
a tradition of leadership, involvement, and ser- 
vice in the student life of MSU. Throughout this 
year and in recent years, the chapter here at 
MSU has consistently answered the call to con- 
tinue these fine traditions. 

This year proved to be an incredibly fruitful 
year as Mike Agee took office as Student 
Association President and Joe Brown surfaced 
as SA treasurer. The SA also saw eight Kappa 
Sigs come in as Day Student and/or Residence 
Hall Senators. The Inter-Fraternity Council 
welcomed Ben Morgan as its treasurer with 
others on various committees of the IFC. 

Although these achievements are those 
which are most readily noticed outside the 
fraternity, they seldom overlook the 
achievements of those which don't receive 
much recognition. For example, last year was 
the first year for their chapter to stage an open 
party and raffle, in conjunction with Budweiser, 
to raise money for Muscular Dystrophy. 



Through the hard work of our Social Chai 
man, Billy Majure, over $2,000 was raise! 
for MD. 

By encouraging their pledges an'j 
members to take initiative and to be h| 
novative, Kappa Sigma has aided studen 
in fulfilling themselves as students an J 
preparing themselves for a satisfying caree 
This encouragement and support shovu 
itself in that their chapter is frequent! 
placed in the top ten chapters of the nation, 
Kappa Sigma rankings. A more specif 
example concerns the alumni newslette 
The Union. This publication was begun i| 
1983 and in the summer of 1984 that fir; 
issue was designated the number one alumi' 
publication in the country. 

Therefore, they believe that the Kapp! 
Sigma Fraternity is a very instrumental pa ! 
in the attempt to aid the individual 
developing himself in every aspect of life. 




FIRST ROW: Kenner Patton, Ben Morgan, Todd Jarvis, 
Ken Ezelle, Eric Clark, Kevin MaGee, Lance Mitchell, 
Steven Bennett, Randy Brown, Paul Graham, Russ Dumas, 
Brad A. Ward. SECOND ROW: Ted Duckworth, John 
Cooper, Bill Tennyson, Tommy Landry, John Davis, 
Steven Read, Brad Branscome, Ned Sabbatini, Brian 



Mike Dow 
Hutson, Steve Massey, Chuck Hawkins, Deway 
Windham, Greg Livingston, John Bourgios, KeO 
Holley, Alan King, Lance Reeder, Mike Mayfie 
Walter Bone, John Morson, Allen Cain, David Foi 
Lee Thaggard, Eric Prince, Tim Parks, Jay Ever! 
William Huddleston. 



212 / Kappa Sigma 







Michael Lawrence Agee 
Chad Leslie Archie 111 
James Daniel Bennett 
Marshall Steve Bennett 
Walter Norris Bone 
Chris Boone 
John C Bourgeois 
Joseph Armon Brady 



Brad Branscome 

Joseph M Brown 

Allen Cain 

Jeffrey Newman Carver 

John Clark 

Drew West Clayton 

Robert C Coakley 

William Gregory Conner 



Christopher Tate Coombs 

John Charles Cooper 

Will Cooper 

John Shaffer Allen Daly 

John Daniel Davis IV 

Dane D. Dear 

Ted James Duckwood 

Russ Dumas 



Chris E Eaves 
James H Everitt 
Kendall Glenn Ezelle 
Michael Faulkner 
Lourie N Formby 
Chuck Gaillard 
Ned Grady 
John K Graham 



Paul L Graham 
Robert Grimes II 
Allen Hodges 
Kevin Ward Holley 
Brian S. Hutson 
M. Todd Jarvis 
Chadwick Lewis Jaynes 
Andrew C. Jordan 



Alan S King 
Leo Thomas Landry 111 
Gregory L Livingston 
William W. Majurd 
Gaines Michael Massey 
Steven C. Massey 
Will Hayes McRaney Jr 
Ben M. Morgan, Jr 



Johnny R Morgan 
John Morson 
Timothy Zane Parks 
Kenner Morrow Patton 
Jim Paxton 
Greg A Ray 
Stephen R. Read 
Lance Adrian Reeder 



Ned Sabbatim 
John Scott 
Robert Stacy 
Robin Shawn Steward 
Stacy William Steward 
Scott Reynolds Stewart 
Byron Stockstill 
William Tennyson 



Jason L Thomas 
Robert D Tickner 
Robert Lee Tucker 
Hap Wade 
Thad Watkins 
Jeff Wehnes 
Kent Weir 
Randall Lloyd White 



Dwayne Mark Windham 
Joey L Wray 



Kappa Sigma / 213 



NICKNAME: Lambda 

Chi 
FOUNDED: March 22, 

1913 
PLACE FOUNDED: 

Boston University 
COLORS: Purple and 

Gold 
FLOWER: White Rose 
SYMBOL: Crescent in the 

Cross 



AXA 



Lambda Chi Alpha was founded at Boston 
University by Warren Albert Cole. The first tru- 
ly "national" convention, March 22, 1913, at 
Boston, set Lambda Chi firmly on its feet. From 
there, Lambda Chi Alpha has continued to 
grow, and now has chapters in both the United 
States and Canada. Epsilon-Chi Zeta of Lamb- 
da Chi Alpha was formed from the local Rho 
Zeta Fraternity at Mississippi State University 
on April 28, 1939. 

The men of Lambda Chi Alpha have always 
been active in all aspects of college life, from 
academics to sports to any number of other 
worthy activities. Today, more Lambda Chis 
than ever before are assuming roles of leader- 
ship and involvement in such organizations 



as the Student Association and innumera 
professional and honorary societies 
campus. 

Lambda Chi holds fund-raisers for vario 
charities and campus projects each ye; 
Two of the biggest events are t 
Watermelon Fest in the fall and the H 
ricane Casino in the spring. The bi-yea 
Kidnap is also a big smash, where seve; 
Starkville dignitaries and merchants are k 
napped and held for "ransom." 

On the party side, Lambda Chi is kno\ 
for its excellent band parties. They also he 
several swaps during the year, and enj 
their annual Christmas Party and Cres« 
Ball. 










■ •■■ ■ . ■ 



FIRST ROW: Clay White; Robby Byrd; David Mangialardi; 
Kurt Gaude; Steve Biggs; David Boyt; Mark Artiques; Tony 
Vetrano; Don Jarrat; Randy Ramsey; Scott Jones; Charles 
Slay; Glenn Payne. SECOND ROW: John Nunez; Rob 
Turner; Rob Burchak; Todd Ladner; Andy Kennedy; 
Robert Evers; Jackey Burrell; Joe Garcia; Martin Luttrell; 
Pat Webber; Roger Strautmann; Hayden Kaiser. THIRD 
ROW: Jewel "Mom" Ferguson; Greg Stringer; Walter 
Perez; John Healey; Paul Burns; Jeff Harlan; Dude Par- 
tridge; John McCraine; Mike James; Frank Blossman; Keith 



Mike Dc 
Clutter; Kevin Emery; Brad Hall; Alan Gant; Bill Ble 
Harold James; Paul Sartor. FOURTH ROW: Capiat 
Claudek; Sanford Lyon; Brian Sparks; Tim Wh 
Charlie Thomas; Rob Young; David Henderson; Tui 
Massey; Hent Rasberry; Byron Pickering; Russ Com 
FIFTH ROW: Brad Marler; Scott Study; Doug Vauj 
Charles Robinson; Mike Chapman; Anthony ShoemE I 
Glen Roehnlein; David Hester; Ricky Vessell; Dick I 
Fournet. 



214/ Lambda Chi Alpha 




William Dale Black 
Steven Shawn Boyd 
David W Boyt 
Clark Bruce 
Jackey Burrell 
John M Chapman 



Barry Klein Clark 
James Keith Clutte 
J. B Conant 
Kevin L Emery 
Robert Evers 
Alan Gant 



Kurt Matthew Gaude 
David O Henderson 
David Hester 
Curtis Harold James 
Mike James 
Gary Ladd 



Sanford Lyon 
David G Mansialarde 
Bradley Joel Marler 
Benjamin Turner Massey 
John W McCraine 
John Nunez 



BlakesleeA. Partridge 

William Glen Payne, Jr. 

Walter Perez 

Charles Jeffrey Portwood 

Randy Ramsey 

Charles Alexander Robinson 



Charles W Thomas 
Robert Miller Turner 
Doug Vaughn 
Richard D. Vessell 
Gene Weems 
David Wellborn 



Johnny Young 
Robert R. Young 



Lambda Chi Alpha/ 215 



NICKNAME: Fiji 
FOUNDED: April 28, 

1848 
PLACE FOUNDED: 

Old Jefferson 

College 
COLORS: Purple 
FLOWER: Purple 
Clemantis 
SYMBOL: Snowy Owl 







The Sigma Mu Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta 
seeks to influence each member to expand to 
his individual potential. They stress involve- 
ment in scholarship, leadership, campus and 
community service, social, and intramural 
sports. "Toward Excellence" is a chapter mot- 
to illustrated in every endeavor of Phi Gamma 
Delta. This year, Sigma Mu won the top inter- 
national award for extra-curricular activities. 

It's hard to typify Phi Gamma Delta, for they 
are individuals first, fraternity men second 



— the fraternity being the common intere 
that brings them together. The underlyir 
idea behind everything the fraternity does 
to bind its members in friendship and to ii 
still the high ideals they will carry the rest <| 
their lives. 

Phi Gamma Delta, while preserving thl 
rich tradition of our past, recognizes thj 
responsibilities of a college fraternity in 
modern university. 




FIRST ROW: Bill Stoppel. Bill Jollit, Tim Alford, Justin 
Canker, Stanley Eubanks, Scott Ferguson, Charles 
Stephenson, Chris Jennings SECOND ROW: Rob Rooker, 
Charles Morgan, David Blary, Joe Rose, David Stricklin, 
Richard Clatterbuck, Jay Curry THIRD ROW: John Hen- 
son, Alan Callicott, Steve Winesett, John Moore, Neil 
Osborne, Rusty Miller, Steve Payne. FOURTH ROW: 



Scott Norwoo 
Jack Rogers, Don Doty, Doug Ezzell, Keith Rozie 
Johnny White, Ashley Ross, Robert Halford, Russe 
Sandidge, Wayne Williams, Paul Fields, Todd Gartrel 
FIFTH ROW: Andy Watson, Mattson Flowers, Bi 
Leech, Everett Woods, Todd Mullins, Daren Vowel: 
Mike Higgason. 






216/ Fiji 




Timothy L Alford 
Franklin Keith Ball 
David Russell Blary 
Alan T. Callicott 
Justin Cariker 
Richard Clatterbuck 



Tim Clements 
Pierce Epes 
Douglas Ezzell 
J. Scott Ferguson 
Paul N Fields 
Mattson Flowers 



Todd Gartrell 

Robert Levon Halford, Jr. 

Steven M Hicks 

Michael Higgason 

Rick Hollomon 

John Huntington 



William Jollit, Jr 
Paul Jonson 
John Warren Lewis 
David Scott Martin 
Richard Rusty Miller 
Todd Mullins 



Edmond McNeil Osborne III 
Russell L Sandidge 
Guy See 

Charles W Stephenson 
William Lewis Stoppel 
David Stricklin 



Jim Richmond 
Joe Rose 

Knox Winton Ross 
R Keith Rozier 
James A. Rumblar 
Richard K Townsend 



John A. Watson 
Jeffrey Lenn Weeks 
Steve Welch 
John W White 
Wayne Williams 
Daren Allen Vowels 



Phi Gamma Delta/ 217 



NICKNAME: Phi Tau 
FOUNDED: April 30, 

1938 
PLACE: Sequoia 

National Forest, 

California 
COLORS: Harvard 

Red and Old Gold 
FLOWER: Red 

Carnation 
SYMBOL: Unicorn 




Spring of 1984 was an exciting time for Phi 
Kappa Tau's. Their annual event when parents 
and alumni gather to eat shrimp and oysters, 
was a rousing success. Also during the spring, 
money was raised to buy a computer for the 
children from the Palmer Home. The annual 
Easter Egg Hunt was full of surprises as 
Starkville's second and third graders searched 



McKee Park for the 2,000 eggs hiddejj 
there. 

After a successful Rush started off the faj 
semester, the brothers gathered at Dorma 
Lake for a retreat, at which the goals of tbj 
chapter were discussed. Also, this fall thl 
new little sisters were initiated into the Littll 
Sister organization. 




FIRST ROW: Sam White, Jeff Breeze, Wally Briscoe, Rob 
Schneider, Mike Dellana, Lee Herring, Kevin Wilkins 
SECOND ROW: Thomas Clayton, Barry Taney, Moose, 
Pace Parry, Tommy Brockway, Steve Partner. THIRD 



Scott Norwoo 
ROW: Scott Purdy, Jeff Booth, Bryant Rushing, Bf 
Patton, Ken Pace, Van Loftin, Jay Milton FOURTI 
ROW. Tyson Frazier, Scott Konerduck, Bob Farbt 
Steve Brummett, Eddie Gamble, Mike Watson, Terr 
Williamson. 



218 /Phi Kappa Tau 




Johnny Ray Baldwin 
Fred M. Belk IN 
Todd R Bessehevre 
Jeffrey Alan Booth 
Thomas R Brockway 
Steven Glenn Brummett 



Frank Anderson Carlton 
Michael Culpepper 
Lyle Keith Dilworth 
David McCaa Donald 
David Evans 
Joel Brent Everett 



Robert Edward Farley 

Larry P Flippo 

Wade Ford 

Jeffrey Tyson Frazier 

Eddie Gamble 

Joe Lawrence Hasson, Jr 



Gary Alan Haygood 
Lee Emmett Herring 
Votie Holmes 
Marc Hughes 
Dan Keath 
Scott Kowerduck 



Joe Lambert 

Ricky Leslie 

Van Taylor Loftin 

Jay Milton 

Ken Thomas Pace 

Michael Clinton Pettigrew 



Steve Porter 
Mike Powell 
Scott Puroy 
Keith Speights 
Steven F Thomas 
Bill Thompson 



Tim Thorn 

Kenneth Eugene Wester 
Kevin B. Wilkms 
Terrell Scott Williamson 
Douglas W. Wilson 
Kimble Grafton 



Phi Kappa Tau / 219 



NICKNAME: Pike 
FOUNDED: Sunday 

Evening March 1, 1868 
PLACE FOUNDED: Univ. 

of Virginia 
COLORS: Garnet and 

Old Gold 
FLOWER: Lily of the 

Valley 
SYMBOL: Firetruck 




Active. It may be something everyone wants 
to be, but it's what the Pikes are. And they set 
out to prove it every day. From pep rallies to 
service projects, from parties to politics on 
campus, the Pikes are number one, and their 
competition can tell anyone who doesn't 
already know. 

Service projects are one subject the Pikes 
enjoy talking about, since they have done so 
well at it. A recent example of this is the Pike's 
sweep of all three available divisions of the 
MSU United Way Campaign. With over eight 
hundred dollars in donations, the Pi Kappa 
Alpha Fraternity showed its dominance. In ad- 
dition to this, the Pike Triathlon for Stadium Ex- 
pansion, with over runners, earned over four 
hundred dollars for this campus-wide cause. 

Intramural sports are also a good way to get 
involved, and the Pikes did well in this area as 
well. In fact, the men of Pi Kappa Alpha took 
the fast-league championships in flag football, 
basketball, and softball in the 1983-84 season, 



and they took the IFC trophy in two of thest 
If one speaks of politics on campus, a Pit 
seems to always be in the picture. From S 
Vice President, William Bell, to the fi\ 
Pikes who serve on the SA Senate, one b 
gins to see the campus involvement of th 
chapter. 

"There's no party like a Pike party," 
not only a slogan, it's a fact. And the Pik< 
prove it every chance they get. If one h; 
ever heard of White Trash Week or Drea 1 
Girl, he knows what a party is. There's r 
record that's ever been broken by a Pil* 
party, and the Pikes haven't won an 
awards for their parties, but if anyor 
doesn't think Pike parties are the best, \\ 
has obviously never been to one. 

In short, the Pikes are active. Their pa 
ties, service projects, campus politics, and i 
tramurals prove it every day. To sum it u; 
Pikes are on the move — and plan to ste 
that way. 




FIRST ROW: Matt Moehring; Lance Wilson; Danny 
Williams; Pat Kuykendall; Kent Waits; "Mom" Lindsey; 
Joe Robert Miller; Tommy Lawrence; Charlie Tyner; Ed 
Welsh; Jim Burton. SECOND ROW: Jimmy Reames; Brent 
Bridge; Ken Fulgham; Scott Cosby; David Hidalgo; Alex 
Damalas; Carl Brooks; Ken McCullough; David Rounsavall 
Gerry Holaday; John Hester; Chip Dale THIRD ROW 
Skip Holliman; Greg McBryde; Dave Giles; Jay Jordan 
Larry Anderton; Ed Veal; Mickey Pinson; Rodger Craney 
FOURTH ROW: Chris Rather; Darrell Bolin; William Bell 
Todd Jones; David McCullen; Kirk Dendy; Eddie Thomas 
Glen Jones; Danny Walker; Randy Weatherly. FIFTH 
ROW: Bradley Wilson; Lewis Halbert; Russell Betcher; 



Scott Norwoc 
Louis Watson; Kevin Pope; Mark Johnson; John 
Carter; Warren Carter; Kirk Erickson; Charles 
Rivers; David Cochran; Kevin Daigle; Todd Bran- 
don; Donny Virden; Mike Stewart; Herman Beard; 
Jim Johnston; John DeGroote; Tony Ramey; Chuck 
Colton; Glad Jones. SIXTH ROW: Dan Thomas; 
Mike Wynne; Jay Rester Bill Lindley; Leyton 
Phillips; Andy Hood; Greg Wynne; Todd Ainsworth; 
Chris Berbette; Cole Sanford; Jim Tillman; Frank 
Janous; Paul Sherman; Hency Williams; Brad 
Smith; Brent Thomas; Mike Phillips; Steven Win- 
chester; Les Holman; Steve Griggs; George 
Ferguson. 



220 / Pi Kappa Alpha 




A. Todd Ainsworth 
Lawrence Anderton 
Andy Scott Atkins 
Herman Ray Beard 
William C. Bell 
Russell Anderson Betche 
George Ellison Bishop II 
James Darrell Bolin 



Michael T Brandon 
Robert Brent Bridge 
James G Burton 
Scott Carter 
Warren W Carter 
David T Cochran, Jr 
Richard Scott Cosby 
Hugh Rodger Craney 



Kevin Jean Daigle 
Alex H. Damalas 
John Sabine DeGroote 
Robert Kirk Dendy 
Sam A Derby, Jr. 
Thomas K. Erickson 
Ken Fulgham 
Dave Giles 



Gary Wayne Gleason 
Lewis M Halbert 
John Hester 
Gerry W. Holaday 
Skipper Holliman 
Les Holman 
Andy Hood 
Spence Hudson 



Mark Calloway Jaggers 
Frank B. Janous 
Joseph Mark Johnson 
Wesley Mallory Johnson 
Jim Johnston 
Blake T. Jones 
Thomas Glen Jones 
Weiler Jones 



Jay Patrick Jordan 

Pat Kuykendall 

Thomas Joel Lawrence 

Steve Thomas McAlexander 

Greg McBryde 

David Moore McCullen 

JoeR. Miller 

Matthew D Moehring 



Philip Oxner 
Samuel Michael Phillips 
Michael Fant Pinson 
Kevin Pope 
Michael Brad Reed 
Wesley Craig Reed 
James G. Rester IN 
David Stratton Rounsavall 



Robert Cole Sanford 
David Joel Seligman 
Paul Joseph Sherman 
William Skates 
Michael Allen Stewart 
Brent Thomas 
Dan Robert Thomas 
James E. Thomas 



Jim W. Tillman 
Edward Byrum Veal, Jr 
Donny L. Virden 
Robert Kent Waits 
Randy Weatherly 
Edwin D Welsh 
Nate S. Williamson 
Bradley F. Wilson 



Lance Wilson 
Greg T. Wynne 
John Michael Wynne 



Pi Kappa Alpha / 221 



NICKNAME: SAE 
FOUNDED: March 23, 

1856 
PLACE: University 

of Alabama 
COLORS: Purple and 
Gold 

FLOWER: Violet 
SYMBOL: Lion 




Sigma Alpha Epsilon has been at Mississippi 
State since March 1887 when Theta Chapter 
was first installed. Sigma Alpha Epsilon is the 
oldest lasting fraternity in the South as well as 
being the oldest fraternity at MSU. 



SAE keeps busy by participating in ma 
campus activities including intramurals, a 
Bacchanalia. The brothers of SAE look f 
ward to the completion of their renovat 
scheduled for completion this summer. 







FRONT ROW: Bill Vaughn, Vernon Barrow, Howard 
Dulaney, Hugh Gillon, Tommy Baine, Jim "Alfy" Post, 
Tommy Harvey, Hugh Beckum, Bragg Farmer, Joe Sowen, 
Phil McClellan (wheelbarrow) David Dubard, Walter 
Wimocks, Tom McElroy, Bill King, Johnny Ray, David 
Cozart, Ray Palmer. BACK ROW: Keene Miller, Keith 



■«3k£ '- " • 

Suzanne 5 1 
"Stud" Bradford, Denny Buchelew, Stephen Guent I 
Jeff Skelton, Ronnie "Wimp" Cockayne, Nl 
Christopher, Walter Jordan, Paul Ott, Nicky Gft 
Bubba Asher, Paul Mohead, Russ Bourne, Tal Ci >. 
Bill Allen, David Marchetti, Lee McAlexander, Wil t 
French. 



222 / Sigma Alpha Epsilon 




Chris Asher 
Vernon Barrow 
Keith Bradford 
Rodney Paul Brantley 
E Barry Bridgforth 



Harris Brumfield 
Greg Bruton 
Gerald Dent Buckle 
David R Campbell 
Mark Christopher 



Stephen Clanton 
David Thomas Cozart 
E Craig Denson 
Jerry Adams Flowers 
John Flowers 



Tommy Harvey 
Joey Hays 
Fil Honeycutt 
John Martin Landrum 
James Augustus Lutz 



Phil McClellan 
Paul Mohead 
Duke Morgan 
Everett Will Norris 
David Orr 



Farley Owens 
Ray Palmer 
Johnny Ray 
Marvin Sigmon 
Jeff Skelton 



Brian Duane Walhood 

Drew Weissmger 

Al Welshaut 

Michael David Wilkinson 



Sigma Alpha Epsilon / 223 



NICKNAME: Sigma Chi 
FOUNDED: June 30, 

1855 
PLACE FOUNDED: 

University of Miami 

(Ohio 
COLORS: Blue and 
Old Gold 
FLOWER 
SYMBOL 

Cross 




FIRST ROW: Richard Carpenter, John Nance, Fred Can- 
non, Norman Ford, Carey Beane, Jimmy Walker, Mitch Ed- 
wards, John Wheeler. SECOND ROW: Todd Murrah, 
Peter Slover, Clyde Hutchinson, Jim Landrum, Duke 
Berry, Douglas Ford, David Fortenberry, Scott 
McReynolds, Bill Stutts, Phil Pearson. THIRD ROW: 
Richard Noe, Charles Greene, Bubba Carrol, Ben Wor- 
sham, Lance Flynn, Aubrey Flanagan, Hamp Bryan. 
FOURTH ROW: Jim McReynolds, Roland Ray, Blair 



Rusty McKni 
Taylor, Craft Maier, Jim Stone, Greg Miller. FIFI 
ROW: John McReynolds, Will Bristow, Mike Dickers] 
Brad Johnson, Andrew Lewis, Bo Richards, Boll 
Brown. SIXTH ROW: Jonathan Turner, Lynn Bryl 
Gary Wolanek, Frod Tavoletti, Mat Davis, Tim Knic! 
Harry Wilson, Cam Garrett, Delone Wilson, TV 
Buskirk, Webb Bozeman, Greg Huggins, Ricky Kenj 
Jim Maddox. 



224 / Sigma Chi 



Louis Alan Antoon 
Jim A Arrington 
Thomas Cary Beane 
Chris Berbette 
David R. Bowman 
W Vance Briston 
Robert Louis Brown 



Hampton Bryan 
Lynn H. Bryan III 
Frederick H, Cannon 
Richard Scott Carpenter 
Chris R Clatworthy 
Bubba Daughenty 
Michael K Dickerson 



Lance Allen Flynn 

F Norman Ford 

David Robin Fortenberry 

Cam Garrett 

Michael Keith Gordon, Jr 

Charles William Greene II 

David Newton Holliday 



David Horn 
Gregory Paul Huggins 
Tony Randal Jackson 
Arlie Young Derby 
Richard A Kinsey 
Garfield Liddon 
Dewey Wilson Lishman 



Paul Gaston Lyon 
Jim R. Maddox 
William Maier 
C.Scott McReynolds 
John F. McReynolds 
M. James McReynolds I 
Gregory Miller 



John Nance 
Richard J Noe 
Michael Paul 
Philip Leon Pearson 
James Lynn Perry 
Jerry Tommy Pilgrim, Jr. 
Mike Porter 



Warner A. Rice 

Clay Richardson 

Bennie James Sellers, Jr. 

Edward T. Simmons 

Bill Stutts 

Greg D. Sykes 

Fred Gerard Tavoleti 



Ford Terry 

Marvin Collier Tillman 
David B. Turner 
Jonathan Turner 
Thomas B. Turner 
James A. Walker 
Stan R. Weaver 



C. Scott Wenger 
Wade West 
Nathaniel C Whitten 
Scott Wiibanks 
Harry Maury Wilson 
Ben Frank Worsham 



Sigma Chi / 225 



NICKNAME: Sig Ep 
FOUNDED: November 

1, 1901 
PLACE FOUNDED: 

Richmond College, 

Richmond Virginia 
COLORS: Purple and 

Red 
FLOWER: Red 

Roses and Violets 
SYMBOL: Heart 




On November 1, 1901, at Richmond Col- 
lege, a group of twelve men laid down the foun- 
dation for what is now the second largest social 
fraternity in the nation. That fraternity, 
dedicated to its principles of virtue, diligence, 
and brotherly love, is Sigma Phi Epsilon. Diver- 
sity is the most valuable characteristic of the 
brotherhood of Sigma Phi Epsilon as it is the 
strength of the fraternal bonds between the 



the brothers. Striving for the development oi 
each member's full potential, the men oi 
Sigma Phi Epsilon exemplify the qualities oi 
leadership and involvement in all aspects oi 
campus life. Like Mississippi State, Sigma 
Phi Epsilon boasts a noble past and is grow 
ing toward a promising future. 

Sigma Phi Epsilon ... a source of pride tc 
every member. 




FIRST ROW: William Harris; Jimmy Harden; William 
Joy; Tim Long; Murry Weaver; David Kohler; Brett 
Baker; Eddie James; Aubrey Mayfield; Sammy 
Hamner. SECOND ROW: David Bane; Chip Gusler; 
Tim Sorrell; Blake Hudson; Robert Akin; Javier 
Escalante; James Wnanock; Tommy Duncan. THIRD 
ROW: John Sanders; Lee Oliver; Jerome Holton; 



Mike Doyl 
Bubba Hegwood; Bobby Bateman; Allen Lord; 
David B. FOURTH ROW: Jorge Garcia; Chip 
Vhule; Martin Rowland; Perry Collette; Bill 
Escalante; Paul Lightfoot; John Humphrey; Mat 
Tallant; Jim Jackson; David Hopkins; Jack Wells; 
Robert Kovack. 



226 / Sigma Phi Epsilon 




& JUL 




Robert Akin 
Adam Alger 
Brett Eiland Baker 
David J. Baraldi 
Bobby Bateman 
Bobby Berry 
Rusty Bouchilion 



Gary J Braswell 
Craig Dennis Burke 
Greg Clark 
Pery Collette 
David Colvin 
Marty Cooley 
Tom Duncon 



Guillermo R. Escalante 
Javier J. Escalante 
Jimmy Gibson 
Daniel Allen Givan 
Lee T, Guslen 
Samuel Hamner 
Jimmy W, Hardin 



William J. Harris 
Wayne Hegwood, Jr 
Daniel Bennett Holloman 
Jerome Hotton 
Kavid Hopkins 
Blake Hudson 
Jay Hudson 



James H. Jackson, Jr 
Edward Lawrence James, Jr 
Stephen Lee Johnson 
William Joy 
Mike Kineses 
Paul A Lightfoot 
Shannon D Long 



Edward Alan Lord 
Leslie Charles Magruder 
O. Irving Martin 
Michael Mesko 
Jace Harvey Morganti 
Jesse Lee Oliver 
Donald Parnsh 



Jim Prince 
Dave Prochaska 
Claude M Purvis 
Vernen Ricks 
Martin E. Rowland 
John D. Sanders 
Mark L Sanders 



Paul Brandon Schmid 

Ed Smith 

Brian Spears 

Curtis Glen Summerhn 

Glenn S. Swartzfager 

Clay Sykes 

Milton "Mat" Tallant 



John Scott Waller 

Ron Walsh 

Harry Philip Walton III 

James Lamar Warnock, Jr 

Murry Weaver 

Mark E. West 

Jerry Scott White 



Daniel Van Dyke 
Greg Alan Walker 



Sigma Phi Epsilon / 227 



NICKNAME: Triangle 
FOUNDED: 1907 
PLACE: University of 

Illinois 
COLORS: Old Rose and 

Gray 
FLOWER: White 

Chrysanthemum 
SYMBOL: T enclosed by 

Triangle 



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TRIANGLE 



Triangle Fraternity was organized as a 
chapter at MSU in November 1972 from 
a desire to establish lasting friendships 
and develop the highest standards of per- 
sonal and professional ethics among its 
members. As a fraternity of engineers, 
architects, and scientists, Triangle carried 
on the common interests and goals found 
in young men seeking professional 



careers. 

With its involvement in honoraries, 
technical organizations, and engineering 
activities, Triangle encouraged profes- 
sional development among its members 
which would help encourage them to 
obtain the highest standards of personal 
integrity, character, and professionalism. 



FIRST ROW Howard Davis. Secretary; 
Harry Andrews. Scholarship, Robert L. 
Mangum. Jr.. Vice-President; Daniel Verne 
Waldrep. Assistant Treasurer; Carlos 
Guevara; Mark H. Price. SECOND ROW: 
Greg Smith. Robin Ricchetti; Jeff 
Sondermeyer; Russ Berry. Treasurer; David 
Clapp, Brad Anderson. 



Brad K. Anderson 

Harry Andrews 

Russell Eugene Berry 

Kenneth H Carleton 



John D. Crawford 

Jonathan Edward Crosby 

Max Howard Davis 

Robert LaMarr Mangum, Jr. 



Bradley P. Messer 

John David Porter 

Byron Neal Todd, Jr. 



228 / Triangle 




Farmhouse Fraternity was established 
in "Bulldog Country" in 1964. Originally 
founded at the University of Missouri as a 
fraternity for young men interested in 
agriculture. Farmhouse now includes men 
from all majors and walks of life. But the 
principles of brotherly love and dedica- 
tion to the fraternity still remain and grow 
stronger each year. 

Known as the "Builders of Men," 
Farmhouse encourages members to 
become active in all aspects of college life 
and to set their goals and strive to 
achieve them. Men who leave Mississippi 
State of Alumni of Farmhouse know that 
they have grown morally, socially, and 
intellectually. 

Through hard work and dedication. 
Farmhouse has won the IFC scholarship 
award fifteen out of its twenty years of 
existence. Farmhouse has also gained in- 
ternational recognition as leaders in 
academics from the fellow Farmhouse 
Fraternities across the U.S. and Canada. 

The men of Farmhouse believe in in- 



volvement across campus and in com- 
munity services. Members are active in 
the Student Association, the IFC, in- 
tramural sports, professional clubs, and 
many honor societies. Farmhouse also 
sponsors fundraising efforts for the March 
of Dimes and the Heart fund. 

The men of Farmhouse are not only 
dedicated to academic scholarship and 
campus involvement, but also believe in 
living a full social life. One of the social 
highlights of Farmhouse this year was the 
"Gator Busters" Party before the Florida 
football game. The "Unknown Breakers" 
were at the party and performed a break 
dancing routine. The major attribute of 
the social life at Farmhouse is the casual 
atmosphere in which the men of Farm- 
house and their Little Sisters can feel at 
home. Farmhouse considers the Little 
Sisters its pride and joy. 

Farmhouse is proud to be a part of the 
Greek system and strives to represent the 
Greek Life in a unique manner. 



NICKNAME: Farmhouse 

FOUNDED: 1905 

PLACE FOUNDED: 

University of Missouri 

COLORS: Green, Gold 

and White 

FLOWER: Talisman Rose 





FIRST ROW: Danny Pearson, Secretary; Marc Kimbrell, 
Treasurer; Travis B. Moore; Roy Ketchum; Byrne Carpenter, 
President; Wayne Hunsucker; Cliff Russell. SECOND ROW: 
Allen White, Vice-President; Chris Cook; Eddie Cook. THIRD 
ROW: Matthew Palmer; Terry Floyd, Pledge Trainer; Bill Mat- 
tox; Mark Palmer; Nickey Raines; Timmy Little. 



Larry Paul Adcock 
Tim Armstrong 
Charles Byrne Carpenter 
Jeffery C Cook 
Terry L Floyd 



Charles Ketchum 
Marc A Kimbrell 
Timothy Spencer Little 
Bill Mattox 
Travis B. Moore 



Mark A Palmer 
William Matthew Palmer 
Dan O Pearson 
Nickey Glyn Raines 
Allen Ray White 



Farmhouse / 229 



FOUNDED: October 11, 
1983 Msu; October 
13, 1890 - Nationally 

PLACE FOUNDED: 
Cornell University 

COLORS: Red and Buff 

FLOWER: White 
Carnation 



AX 



Delta Chi recolonized at MSU on Oc- 
tober 11, 1983. In less than one year, 
they had grown to fifty-three members 
and had moved into a beautiful, 
antebellum-style house in Starkville. 
Surely with such growth, the Delta Chis 
lived up to their slogan of being MSU's 
newest and fastest growing fraternity. 

Scholastically, Delta Chi offered a 
$100 scholarship to the member with the 
greatest improvement in grades and 
received four national awards for scholar- 
ship. On the social scene, a Kappa Delta 
Toga Swap topped off rush, and the Chi 
Omegas swapped with Delta Chi in 



November. The Delta Chis' annual Hallo- 
ween masquerade party and Christmas 
party became legendary. 

Delta Chi raised over fifteen hundred 
dollars for LeBonheur Children's 
Research Hospital in the spring by spon- 
soring a bike-a-thon and setting up 
booths. A matching contribution from an 
alumnus sent Delta Chi well over their 
goal. Delta Chi sponsored two under- 
privileged families at Christmas with a 
dinner, some clothes, and toys to put 
under the Christmas tree. Delta Chi also 
donated money from another fundraiser 
to the new Creative Arts Complex. 



FIRST ROW: David Poweil, Stacey 
Goff, Doug Laney, Reggie Moore, 
Lee Stubbs, Robert Hubbard, Dodd 
Denton. SECOND ROW: Mark Gillis, 
Andy DiMichele, Terry Gibson, Tom 
Massey, Bob Russell, Jack Hoover, 
Mike McGee. THIRD ROW: Steve 
Denson, Allen Simpson, Cliff St 
John, Wayne Wells, Jim Weems, 
David Harris, Sonny Cline, Tom 
Robinson. FOURTH ROW: Bradlwy 
Hood, Charlie Foretich, David Dent, 
Brian Zeidman. FIFTH ROW: Mike 
Booker, John Lott, Bruce Ferguson, 
Jeff Moreland, Chris Strohm, Bud 
Porter, Rick Foretich. SIXTH ROW: 
David George, Pat Davis, Craig 
Morgan, Charlie Borussard, Robert 
Harris, Jimmie Cain, Bill Wright, 
Scott Hilton, John Hairston, Ron 
Kenyon. 



Charles J Foretich 

Richard R Foretich 

David Anthony 

George 

Terry Gibson 

Stacey Wayne Goff 

David Brooks Harris 

Robert Vernon Harris 

Dennis Frank Jackson 

Douglas H Laney 

John P Lott 

Tom Massey 

Michael H McGee 

Jeffrey Wade 

M'.rt'Und 

Craig Scolt Morgan 

Eugene L Porter 

David Colvin Powell 

Robert E Russell 

James Allen Simpson 

Robert Clifton St John 

Chris Strohm 

Jim Weems 

Bill D Wright 

Bruce D Ferguson 

Michael Booker 

Charles Ronald 

Broussard 

Frank Smith Cline 

Joseph H Cole 

Patrick A Davis 

G Dodd Denton 

Andrew Conrad Di 

Michele 

David R Dent 

Robert K Hubbard III 

Hans M Ruoss. VI 



230 / Delta Chi 




I 



Theta Tau is a professional engineer- 
ing fraternity whose purpose is to 
develop and maintain a high standard of 
professional interest among its members, 
and to unite them in a strong bond of 
fraternal fellowship. 

Theta Tau, which was founded on Oct. 
15, 1904 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, will 
be celebrating its 80th anniversary this 
year. Kappa Beta chapter at MSU will be 
celebrating its 20th anniversary on Nov. 
21 of this year. 

At the national convention this year, 
held in Kansas City, Kansas, Kappa Beta 
was awarded the Erich J. Schrader 
Award for the third consecutive time. 
This award is the highest honor that can 
be bestowed upon a chapter for 
outstanding performance. 

Kappa Beta promotes professionalism 
among its members by holding profes- 
sional development dinners at which 
guest lecturers from the university and 
from industry speak on engineering 
related topics. 

Each semester the fraternity performs 
a service project for the community. 



Some past projects have been cleaning 
the old junior high school in Starkville and 
building a pavilion at French Camp. The 
fraternity also does a house project each 
semester to keep the chapter house in 
South Park Estates looking good. 

Each fall the fraternity rushes 
engineering students of sophomore level 
or higher and in the spring semester 
Theta Tau rushes second-semester 
freshman engineering students. Each 
pledge class is put through a challenging 
10-week pledge program which includes 
a house project as well as a community 
service project. 

Theta Tau had its first party of the 
semester to commemorate everyone's 
return to school. Other social activities on 
the agenda include a homecoming party, 
a Halloween party, and a Christmas 
party. 

A special emphasis is put on 
brotherhood in the fraternity. Member- 
ship is limited to 50 to keep a feeling of 
closeness and friendship among the 
members. 



NICKNAME: Theta Tau 

FOUNDED: October 15, 

1904 

PLACE FOUNDED: 

Minneapolis, Minnesota 

COLORS: Dark Red and 

Gold 

FLOWER: Jacqueminot 

Rose 

SYMBOL: Hammer and 

Tongs 





FIRST ROW: Gary Pryor; Robert Anderson; Steve Young; 
Brian Lampkin; Jody Bennett; Ray Callahan. SECOND ROW: 
Jeffrey Hood; Mark Andrews; Tom Reeves; Cindy Greiczek; 
Tracy Pittman; Scott Carpenter; Tommy Perry; Phillie 
Mashburn; Jack Marshall; Sharon Guy. THIRD ROW: Mike 
Sullivan; Sam Black. 



Jody Bennett 
William R.Gatewood 
Brian Evans Lampkin 
Phillip Dale Mashburn 



Sandra Lee Metzger 
Thomas Glenn Perry 
Tracy Blair Pittman 
Anthony Prince 



Gary A. Pryor 
James Douglas Riser 
Mike E Sullivan 
Steve Young 



Theta Tau/ 231 





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Sadie Flint 




Kim Morrison | 


Editors 




Famous Maroon Band . . . 


. 255 


Reflector 


.290 


Reveille 


.292 


Student Association 


.294 


Union Program Council . . 


. 304 


University Choir 


.306 


Staff 




Eve Marie Hanc 


1 


Judy Stripling 





232 / Student Leadership 



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Student Leadership / 233 



ERICAN PLUS 




FIRST ROW: Cynthia Marshall; Charlette 
Washington, V-Pres.; Shelia Womack, Secretary. 



SECOND ROW: Quilester Hill, President; Rita 
Oliver; Gabriel Swan, Treasurer; Curlean Jones. 




FIRST ROW: Margaret Wallace; Jeanne Reeves; 
Lori Vaughn; Linda Walton. SECOND ROW: Ken 
Hobart; Marc Kimbrell; Sammy Dudda; Kenny 
Fratesi. THIRD ROW: Phillips Godwin; Johnny 



Ray; Mike Powell; Wayne Holley; Carl Wilbourn. 
FOURTH ROW: Jeff Mink; Rich Dale; Ken Cass; 
Mark Dungan; Andy Grant. 



Afro American Plus, established on MSU 
campus in 1970, is the oldest Black 
organization. The purpose of Afro American 
Plus is to educate people, instill black pride, 
and work for the survival of their people. 
This is being achieved by inviting speakers 
to give inspirational messages, familiarizing 
Black students with organizational pro- 
cedures, and developing the students' 
leadership skills. Activities which foster their 
goals include: membership drives, cookouts, 
dances, community projects and projects for 
other charitable organizations. 




The Agricultural Economics Club was 
formed to promote professionalism among 
agronomy students, to broaden the view of 
agricultural economics, and to aid and orient 
students toward a career in agri-business or 
related fields. The Agricultural Economics 
Club participates in many MSU activities in- 
cluding Discovery MSU, Ag parties, 
cookouts, and membership drives. The 
Agricultural Economics Club is open to all in- 
terested students. 



234 / Organizations 



ALPHA PI MU 




Alpha Pi Mu is an Industrial Engineer- 
ing Honor Society. It confers recognition 
upon the student of Industrial Engineer- 
ing who has shown academic interests 
and abilities in the field of Industrial 
Engineering. The club wishes to benefit 
its members by the association and ex- 
perience that can come from bringing 
together a group with similar interests, 
objectives, and abilities. Alpha Pi Mu also 
wishes to promote the profesional 
development and welfare of its members. 



FIRST ROW: Martin Luttrell, Carole Vasek, Leigh Tan- 
ner. SECOND ROW: Scotty Russell, Don Davis, Rhon- 



da Shearin. THIRD ROW: Moshe Khatena, Randy 
Russell, Perry Mk Gee, Robet Cain. 




Alpha Zeta is an honorary fraternity of 
men and women who strive for ex- 
cellence in the field of agriculture. 
Students are chosen from graduate and 
undergraduate students on the basis of 
scholarship, leadership, and personality. 
The club has a Fall and Spring rush for 
students in the College of Agriculture and 
Home Economics that have completed 
one academic year in their curriculum. 
Among their activities, Alpha Zeta 
members are involved in service projects 
and the promotion of agriculture. 



FIRST ROW: Jane Swanner; Charlotte Prince; 
Margaret Wallace; Susie Hagerman; Angela Myatt. 



SECOND ROW: Joe Walker; Daryl Jones; Jeff Mor- 
rison; Mike Burrell; Eddie Fuhrman. 



Organizations / 235 



p. 



FORCE ROTC 





FIRST ROW: Captain Paul C. DeBerry; Colonel 
Charles W. Bond; Captain Steven Jones; Captain 
Linda Brown-Saffore. SECOND ROW: Linda 
Ratliff, TSgt Johnnie Young, SSgt John Schlaut- 
man, SSgt Billy Little; Ralph Weathersby, 







OFFICERS 
CORPS 



FIRST ROW: Mark Barrett; Eric Mills; Phil Ladd; 
Daryl Smith; Chris White; Larry Hubler. SECOND 
ROW: Mike Goolsby; Jerry Barnett; Doye Robbins; 
William Terrell; Victor McCoy. THIRD ROW: Mack 
Breeland; Steve Whitney; Joey Sartin; Richard 
Hand; Ray Greene; Steve Williams. 



Ur Force Reserve Officer's Training Corps 
is a professional development program that 
allows students at Mississippi State University 
to prepare for two careers and receive a good 
paying job at the same time. A student takes 
an Air Force ROTC course each semester in 
addition to the regular courses of any major. If 
a student successfully completes the Air Force 
ROTC program, he enters the Air Force as an 
officer. During these first two years, Air Force 
ROTC cadets are required to wear their 
uniform only one day each week and have no 
military obligation. 

Cadets who continue into the third and 
fourth years enter into the Professional Officer 
Course. The last two years of the program em- 
phasizes leadership and management to 
prepare the cadets for their command duties. 

The AFROTC General Military Course 
(basic course) heightens each cadet's 
understanding of how the U.S. Air Force 
serves the national interest. The AFROTC 
Professional Officer Course (advanced course) 
provides professional officer education struc- 
tured to blend knowledge, skill, and attitudes 
that prepare male and female students for ac- 
tive duty as commissioned officers. 

ROTC is an elective course. Enrollment re- 
quires the individual to be of good moral 
character, a full-time student, a loyal U.S. 
citizen in acceptable physical condition, and 
not previously disenrolled from an officer train- 
ing program. Students can participate on a 
non-enrolled basis by special approval. 

A student who has completed basic military 
training may qualify for the advanced course 
until their junior year, with the exception of 
these students participating in the 
Simultaneous Membership Program (SMP). 
SMP participants can enroll in the advanced 
course at the beginning of their freshman year 
if qualified. 

ROTC credits granted for previous 
honorable active service in the Army, Navy, 
Air Force, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard are 
determined by the Registrar upon application 
by the student. 



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I DELEGATES 




FIRST ROW: David Fortenberry, Alan Callicutt, 
Paul McKay. Todd Muffins, Walt Brister. BACK 
ROW: Greg Ross, Billy Majure, Kathryn Ann Arant, 



Fred Faulk 



Nancy Strahan, Sharon Devine, Annette Martin, 
Laura Bilbro, Suzy Matthews, Sherri Carr, David 
Martin, Laura Madden, Frank Tillery, Kathy Hayes. 



Outstanding students from all walks of 
campus life are selected to participate in the 
Student Alumni Association, which is called 
the Alumni Delegates. These students work 
to promote Mississippi State's ac- 
complishments and commitment to higher 
education in Mississippi and regions beyond. 
In so doing, they serve the university and the 
alumni. 

As liaisons for MSU students and alumni, 
the Alumni Delegates work to (1) inform the 
student body of the Alumni Association's 
contribution to MSU and (2) to better inform 
alumni of campus activities and 
developments. The Alumni Delegates are in- 
volved with fund-raising, hosting alumni 
functions, sponsoring service projects and in- 
creasing alumni membership. 

Fall is the time for hosting pregame foot- 
ball activities, class reunions or initiating 
various fund-raising events. The Delegates 
are actively involved in keeping that 
Mississippi State of Mind. 




FIRST ROW: Professor L. R. Hester, Korousl 
Khadavi, Jerry Fox, David Sanford, Steve Guest, 
Scott Curry, Joe Hardin, Richard Ruff, Hunter 
Mills, Sam Reeves, David Bridges, James Hamilton, 
Murray Fulgate, Joe Lyle, Richard Ratliff, Masoud 
Rais Rhonai. SECOND ROW: Sam Bryant, Ray- 



mond i-raser, Terry Atkinson, Jeff Pressman, 
Goutham Bohra, Lisa Willis, Doyle Veasey, Carla 
Wendler, Carrie Dumas, Cheryl Walker, Robby 
Hall, John Walters, Freddy Robertson, Kieth Jor- 
dan, Kent Weir, Gilbert Jennings. 




The American Institute of Aeronautics 
and Astronautics is the largest and the 
oldest American technical society devoted to 
science and engineering in the fields of 
astronautical and aeronautical technology. 
The purpose of AIAA is to advance the arts, 
sciences, and technology of aeronautics and 
astronautics, and to nurture and promote 
the professionalism of those engaged i 
these pursuits. 

Mississippi State University's chapter was 
chartered in 1947 as a student branch of the 
Institute of Aeronautical Sciences. The 
Mississippi State chapter provides not only 
technical activities such as films, speakers, 
and technical papers, but recreational as 
well. In the past, members have enjoyed 
cookouts with football and volleyball games, 
and other social events. 

Membership is open to any engineer or 
professional interested in the arts and 
sciences of aeronautics and astronautics. 



238 / Organizations 



AICE 




The American Institute of Chemical 
Engineers is an organization which is com- 
posed of practicing engineers and students 
in the chemical engineering curriculum. The 
Mississippi State University student chapter 



of the Institute of Chemical Engineers 
was established in 1956. The organiza- 
tion was formed to provide better public 
awareness about chemical engineering 
and to form a common ground to further 



FIRST ROW: Lisa Long, Activity Coordinator; 
Florence Henry, Secretary; Roland Woodard, 
Treasurer; Glenda Warren, Vice President; Clyde 
Taylor, President. SECOND ROW: Chrystal Per- 
rett; Brenda Lane; Scott A. Williams; Leon Bass; 
Angela Summers. THIRD ROW: Debra McTaggert; 
Leigh Richardson; June Andrea Scott; Joan A. 
Swims; Brad Upton; Terry Lee. FOURTH ROW: 
Sherry Gere; Charles Bontemps; Jack Perrett; Cliff 
St. John; R. B. Luke. FIFTH ROW: Owen Francis; 
Emily L. Howard; Robert Nelms; Jeffery E. Todd; 
Sherry A. Wooten. SIXTH ROW: Mike Smith; 
Glenn Jue; Charles King; Clay Pace; W. M. Aren- 
dale. SEVENTH ROW: George R. Lightsey, Ad- 
visor; Madisetty Raju; Jagdish Rughani. EIGHTH 
ROW: Ricky Lane; Jimmy Levine; John Hairston; 
Ed Stewart. 



students academically and non- 
academically. The organization also pro- 
vides opportunities for members to 
develop their potential for participation, 
leadership, and learning. 



AMERICAN 




The American Nuclear Society is an 
organization dedicated to helping nuclear 
engineering students gain insight, beyond 
the classroom, into their chosen field. 
This is accomplished by: attendance of 
conferences, invitation of guest speakers 
to speak on such topics as industry and 
environmental concerns, and participa- 
tion in projects and presentations de- 
signed to give the public a better under- 
standing of nuclear power. 

This year the American Nuclear Socie- 
ty will attempt to promote public educa- 
tion by participating in several high 
school career days. With this involve- 
ment, it is hoped tht favorable interest 
will be generated and more people will 
become involved with the American 
Nuclear Society. 



FIRST ROW: David Berklite, President; Joe Cole, Vice 
President; Terry Coggins. SECOND ROW: Mike 



Howard; Mr. Mike Hubbard. THIRD ROW: Ray 
Morris; Dr. Roger Reynolds. 



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Organizations / 239 



SOC. OF AGRICULTURAL ENG 




FIRST ROW: Tim Burcham; Bob Trussell; Melvin 
Creel; Joe Walker; Tim Russ. SECOND ROW; Rus- 
ty Lyons; Robert Anderson; William Johnson; Dr. R. 



K. Matthes; Pat Deliman; Karl Van Devender; Cur- 
tis Smithson; David Toliver. 



The primary objective of the Society is to 
promote the science and art of engineering 
in agriculture and to advance the standards 
of Agricultural Engineering. The Society ac- 
tively promotes professional relationships 
between students and professional members 
of the Society. Activities that familiarize 
students with engineering interests and 
developments provide a basis for transition 
from academic to professional careers. 

The prospective Agricultural Engineer 
has a diversified educational background 
allowing he or she to seek a career in one of 
the many vital areas relating to Agricultural 
Engineering, such as power and machinery, 
soil and water, electric power and process- 
ing, structures and environment, and food 
processing. 



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FIRST ROW: Don Cool, En. Council Rep.; Michael 
Brownlee, V-Pres.; Nannette Coret, Treas.; Aubrey 
Jackson, Pres.; Eugene Herring, Sec. SECOND 
ROW: Linda Morris; Tim Burge; Marty Hilton; 
Melanie Brock; Linda Kune. THIRD ROW: Randy 



Scott Wal 



McAlpin; Lee Moffett; Tilton Sullivan; Danny 
Tanksley; Tommy Booth; Kimble Grafton. 
FOURTH ROW: Sharpie Smith; Timothy Kay; Den- 
nis D. Truay, Fac. Adv.; Todd Deatherford; 
Christopher Alonzo; Mark Guyton. 




The student chapter of the American 
Society of Civil Engineers provides the civil 
engineering student with the opportunity to 
advance toward his/her profession and the 
career opportunities that lie ahead. The 
chapter helps to keep the student abreast of 
and current with both the technical and pro- 
fessional advances taking place throughout 
all phases of civil engineering. The chapter 
also enables the civil engineering student to 
meet the top echelon of leaders from the 
civil engineering field through participation 
in Chapter meetings, Student Chapter con- 
ferences and ASCE National Conventions. 
The ASCE Student Chapter member is also 
part of the professional society which unites 
all civil engineers in the United States and 
those serving on foreign and /or national 
assignments. 

The student chapter member has access 
to current articles on professionalism, ethics, 
salaries and working standards of the profes- 
sion, energy, water resources, and many 
other phases of civil engineering. 



240 / Organizations 



ASME 




FIRST ROW: Richard Forbes, Advisor; Dr. Taylor, Ad- 
visor; Jim Bell; Alan Sanders; Tommy Lewman. SE- 
COND ROW: Rick Gammon; Kevin Zummo; Howard 
Littell; John T. Steadmatt; Karen Davis, Secretary; 
Joyce McMullad, 1st Vice Chairman; Paul Smith. 
THIRD ROW: Chip Madison; Mark Daniel; Lawrence 



Stephens; Nick Hanson, Chairman; Robert Thom, 
2nd Vice Chairman; Kendall O. Lee; Garry S. 
Monts. FOURTH ROW: Earnest E. Maxwell; 
Russell Klug; Kelmer Smith; Richard Twitty, Stu- 
dent Council Rep.; Nikki White; Steven W. Hender- 
son, Treasurer. 



The Mississippi State University student 
section of A.S.M.E. is involved in many ac- 
tivities. Among these activities is the hosting 
of the Mechanical Engineering Department 
display at High School and Junior College 
Days on the drill field. 

The group also sponsors speakers from 
industry and plant trips to local operations 
of interest to the field of Mechanical 
Engineering. Last year the group toured 
Sperry-Vickers hydraulic division in 
Jackson, Miss, and Packard Electric in Clin- 
ton, Miss. 

Recreational activities of the group are 
also important. Picnics in the spring and fall 
highlight the social calendar. Student vs. 
faculty competition in volleyball and softball 
is a hit. 

The highlight of the spring semester is 
the Regional Student Conference. This con- 
ference usually is Thursday-Saturday and 
allows students to compete against other 
schools in oral paper presentations, design 
contests, and generally forgetting about 
school for a few days. 



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ANGE 




FIRST ROW: Lisa Tatien, Pledge Trainer; Dabbie 
Hagnman, Administrative Officer; Susan Canerly, Ex- 
ecutive Officer; Sharon Gunning, Commander; Amy 
Wallace, Operations Officer; Chris White, Liaison Of- 
ficer; Barbara Burge, Public Affairs Officer; Missy Bun- 
nell, Little Major. SECOND ROW: Susie Hagerman; 
Angie Hannon; Candy Clenton; Katie Hanley; Rebecca 
Mattison; Carie Boone; Lisa Gillis; Pam Cgolf. THIRD 



ROW: Elizabeth Smith; Roxie Hightower; Beth 
McGrath; Becky Buttross; Kelly Riley. FOURTH 
ROW: Kelly McSlivoen; Anne Clark; Michelle Hat- 
cheson; Kim Thompson. FIFTH ROW: Katrina 
Ownbey; Sandra Metgger; Ester Oakly; Mary 
Beanea; Captain Jones, Advisor; Jeana McDowell; 
Mary Lynn Gunning; Cathy Windbam; Tracey 
Wigley. SIXTH ROW: Susan Scott; Karen Ownbey. 



Angel Flight is a national organization 
consisting primarily of college women. The 
Kenneth J. Snedden Squadron of Angel 
Flight at Mississippi State University con- 
sists of approximately 50 girls who give all 
of their support to the Air Force, Air Force 
ROTC, Arnold Air Society, the campus, 
and the community. Membership qualities 
are based on scholarship, leadership, good 
character, and a genuine interest in the Air 
Force. 

The goals set for Angel Flight were high 
ones this year. Working jointly with the Ar- 
nold Air Society, the National Project was 
to raise funds for the American Red Cross. 
They also are continuing to work with the 
families of the MIA/POWs, trying to ac- 
count for the 2,000+ (18 are from Mississip- 
pi) men unaccounted for. The National 
project for Angel Flight is promoting and 
publicizing Mothers Against Drunk Drivers 
(MADD). Angel Flight also worked with the 
community of Starkville and Columbus, 
helping the elderly and needy. 



Organizations / 241 



LD AIR SOCIETY 




FIRST ROW: Calvin Walker; Jeff Olesen; David 
Collins; Eric Mills; Kathy Arrington. SECOND 
ROW: Richard Reed; Chandler Bruswell; Jerry 
Barnett; Larry Hubler; Alexander Blanton. THIRD 



Scott Waller 



ROW: Richard Beam; Wayne Crowder; Steve 
Whitney; Doye Robbins. FOURTH ROW: William 
Nichols; John Knight; Adam Hand; Chris White. 




The Arnold Air Society (AAS) is national 
honorary, professional, and service organiza- 
tion of the Air Force ROTC. AAS is named 
in honor of Gen. H. H. "Hap" Arnold, the 
first chief of staff of the Army Air Corps. 
Gen. Arnold was a very influential leader in 
the development and advancement of air 
power. The squadron here at MSU is named 
the Kenneth J. Snedden Squadron (KJSS), 
whose namesake was the professor of Air 
Science and Tactics at MSU until his tragic 
death in September 1951, when his P-38 
fighter crashed in downtown Starkville due 
to engine failure. 

The KJSS is active on campus as well as 
in the community. In recent years, the 
squadron has held the annual homecoming 
barbeque, worked at the Coca-Cola conces- 
sion stands at all home football games, 
painted the pawprints leading onto campus 
from Hwy. 12, and sponsored blood drives 
and a walk-a-thon for the MIA/POW's, as 
well as many other events. 

AAS is open to male or female Air Force 
ROTC cadets in good standing and provides 
an excellent opportunity to expand one's 
leadership skills. 




IRST ROW: Julie Cox, Treas.; Eva Read, Sec; V-Pres. 
Mark Maloy, Pres.; Prof. Robert Ford; David Smith, 




The Association of Student 
Chapters/American Institute of Architects is 
a student-operated organization which 
serves as the link between the architecture 
students and the profession. Through the 
promotion of academics, design, and leader- 
ship, the organization is able to establish a 
common ground for students to be able to 
share experiences and solve problems. 

The ASC/AIA operates locally, regional- 
ly, and nationally. On the local level the 
president, vice-president, secretary, and 
treasurer work together to organize pro- 
grams and activities which address needs of 
individual members and the whole chapter. 
Each local student chapter is sponsored by a 
local AIA professional chapter, providing 
direct interaction with the students. Forum, 
the annual national meeting, brings the 
chapters together on the national level. 
State co-ordinators represent each state or 
the national board of directors. 






242 / Organizations 



BIOCHEMISTRY CLUB 




FIRST ROW: Ann Black; Gwendolyn Miles, Treasurer; 
William Reid, Vice President; Sean McNally, President; 
Stanley Smith. SECOND ROW: John Wages, Jr.; Jan 
O'Keefe; Barry Horton; Baine Therrell; Cliff St. John. 



THIRD ROW: Prasanna Kumarjena; Kevin 
Langston; Ken Coker. FOURTH ROW: Dr. Maurice 
V. Kennedy, Faculty Advisor; Gustavo Rios. 



The biochemistry club is a departmen- 
tal club established as an organization of 
students interested in the field of 
biochemistry. The club allows members 
to become more aware of the growing 
field of biochemistry and the advantages 
of a degree in this field. The club also 
gives faculty and students a chance to 
meet on an informal basis, and is open to 
any student regardless of major. 




FIRST ROW: Twyla Galbreath, President; Dr. 
Cunetto, Advisor. SECOND ROW: Clarence Jones, 
Historian; Jennifer Verona, Secretary /Treasurer; 
Kim Sisson, Vice-President. THIRD ROW: Lori 
Davis; Donnie Galbreath; Sallie Lund. FOURTH 
ROW: Randy Jones; Randy Kwan; Richard Warren. 
FIFTH ROW: Wayne Bishop; David Orr; Phillip 
Halbert. 



The Blackfriars Drama Society has 
been bringing quality theatre to MSU for 
the past 27 years. It was founded by 
Peyton Williams, an English professor at 
MSU, in 1957. Since then Blackfriars has 
expanded into four major areas: conven- 
tional theatre, dinner theatre, readers 
theatre, and student-directed one-acts in 
the YMCA auditorium. Membership in 
Blackfriars is open to all MSU students, 
regardless of their major. 

The Eta Pi cast of the Alpha Psi 
Omega national honorary drama fraterni- 
ty serves as a goal to members of 
Blackfriars Drama Society. They are to 
stimulate interests in the dramatic ac- 
tivities at MSU. They strive to secure for 
this university all the advantages and 
mutual helpfulness provided by a large 
national honorary fraternity. 



Organizations / 243 





FIRST ROW: Jason Mason, Vice President; Jimmy 
Curtis; Cliff Covington; Tim Leonard; Paul Fowler, 
Pledge Marshal; Larry Adcock. SECOND ROW: 
Mary Van Wart; Lisa Pegues, Social Chairperson; 
Dixie Herring; Linda Walton; Tina Kinard; John 
Powell; Randy Martin. THIRD ROW: Susan Swilley; 
Pamela Neumann; Cherrie Cobb; LeAnne Breland; 
Alesia Boyd; Regina Broadway, Photographer; Jim- 
my Webb, Photographer; Kirk Smith. FOURTH 



ROW: Mindy Merchant; Karla Earnest; Clayton 
Lawrence; Mark B. Weekley; Brad Bullock; Tonia 
Sellers, Secretary; Nancy Sawallis; Mark Tuggle; 
Kim Batson; Stan Foster. FIFTH ROW: Judy 
Mallett; Stan Speed; Ricky Dale, President; Robert 
Rowzee; Billy Ray; Jeff Graves. SIXTH ROW: Ed- 
ward Cook; Steve Rowley; Kevin Chrestman; Mike 
Besh; Myron Douglas. 




1st ROW: Scott Ferguson, Hector Laurel, Steven 
Cooper, Wes McCann, Jay Curry, Todd Mullins. 
SECOND ROW: Clay Sykes, Chip Oswalt, Tim 
Clements, Glenn Boehnlein, James Conner, Walt 
Brister. THIRD ROW: Guy See, John Mark Brown, 
Jeff Weeks, Brad Simpson, Murrey Weaver. 



FOURTH ROW: David Martin, Barry Bridgeforth, 
Mike Agee, Ben Morgan, Steve Winesett, ay Milton. 
Not Pictured: John Huntington, Steven Welch, Joe 
Brown, Bobby Bateman, Will Cooper, Travis 
Moore, Richard Parnell, Al Sills. 



since its beginning in 1922 as the Hair 
and Hide Club, the Block and Bridle Club 
has grown to be one of the most active 
groups on campus today. The club seeks to 
promote animal husbandry and to support 
the livestock industry. It is a professional 
club for Animal Science majors and others 
interested in livestock. 

In 1938 the club voted to unite with the 
National Block and Bridle Club, and re- 
ceived its charter in 1939. 

The B&B Club and the Animal Science 
Department started off the year with a pic- 
nic on the lawn of Ballew Hall. The club 
shows live animal exhibits on Discovery 
Days and a "calf" roping at the annual 
Welcome Back Ag Party. The B&B Club 
sponsors an AQHA horse show, the Lil' In- 
ternational Livestock Show, and the Annual 
Collegiate Rodeo. There are also calf rop- 
ings, banquets, parties and guided tours of 
the South Farm for the Sheriff's Boys' and 
Girls' Ranches. 




• Blue Key National Men's Honorary 
recognizes achievement and leadership on 
campus among junior and senior men. 
Membership is limited to 35 men who have 
shown their excellence in areas of scholar- 
ship, participation, and leadership ability. 
Membership in the Blue Key Honorary is 
one of the highest honors an MSU male can 
acquire. The members meet every other 
Monday during the school year to discuss 
various campus activities and to promote in- 
volvement and scholarship. In the spring 
semester Blue Key also recognizes out- 
standing young men from every class 
through its Men-of-the-Year Awards. Blue 
Key's motto is apropos — "Serving I Live." 



244 / Organizations 



BLUE KNIGH 




The Blue Knights Team is a precision 
marching drill team under the Air Force 
Reserve Officer's Training Corps. The 
goal of this group is to represent and sup- 
port MSU and the Air Force. The team 
marches in the Starkville Christmas 
Parade, the Homecoming Parade, and at 
Mardi Gras in New Orleans in the Spring. 
This group, comprised of eighteen 
AFROTC members, practices weekly to 
learn new maneuvers. 



FIRST ROW: Deborah R. Collins; Patricia Turner; 
Fclisha L. McKinley; Penny R. Lott, Secretary. SEC- 
OND ROW: Mark T. Lacey; Rusty Miller; Scott Str- 



inger; Eugene Hanck, Commander. THIRD ROW: 
David Griffin; Russ Matijevich; Andy Hoke; Kathy 
Arrington; Tommy Watrons. 




FIRST ROW: Meldoy Henry; Gail Lindsey; Teresa 
Butler; Sheral Easley; Dianne Penson; Jackie Williams; 
Doris Williams; Gladys Golden; Tina Smith; Brenda 
Williams. SECOND ROW: Daphne Hall; Peggy Holli- 
day; Lucille Barrentine; Barbara Craddieth; Brenda 



Spira; Cheryl Buckley; Angela Santoro; Ruth 
Triplett; Charlotta Spencer. THIRD ROW: Cheryl 
Hathorn; Carlene Bush; Pam Dandridge; Charlotte 
Miller; Billie Elliott; Latrenda Shumpert; Davida 
Phillips; Michelle Seard; Pamela Huddleston. 



Butler Hall, whose slogan is "It's better 
in Butler," is located on the hill behind 
the chapel. Butler was constructed in 
1959. On October 10, 1959, Butler was 
dedicated and named after Dr. Tait 
Butler, MSU's first professor of 
Veterinary Science and founder of 
Progressive Farmer. This hall has a 196 
resident capacity, which usually houses 
transfer, upper-class, and international 
students. Because of the diversity in 
lifestyles and cultures, Butler is 
sometimes referred to as "The Melting 
Pot." Nevertheless, the ladies of Butler 
come to think of Butler as home! When 
asked, they all simply smile and say, "I 
live in Butler; eat your heart out!" 



Organizations / 245 



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S BABES 




FIRST ROW: Debbie Murphy, co-captain; Witma SECOND ROW: Cireese Wiltcher, captain; Marcia Simmons; Deborah McElya. NOT PICTURED: Aretha 
Sharpe; Lisa Conner; Kellie Taylor; Patty Keels. Sanders; Sarah Fuelling; Dottie Decell; Virginia Greer. 



Bully's Babes describes an elite group 
of twelve girls working together to pro- 
mote spirit and enthusiasm toward the 
basketball program at MSU. Although 
the group has only been in existence for 
five years, they have obtained high 
recognition for their many 
accomplishments. 

The squad's long year begins with 
UCA Dance Camp in Memphis during 
August. They join cheerleaders and 
dance teams from all over to spend a 
week learning choreography and routines 
to use during their upcoming season. 

The highlight of the week is final com- 
petition. This year the girls received an 
excellent rating on their home routine 
"Delirious." In individual performance 
ratings, the girls netted 21 superior, 2 ex- 



cellent, and 1 outstanding score. 

The beginning of school signals many 
long hours of practice for Bully's Babes. 
They must prepare for tryouts and also 
for Bully's Babes second annual Dance 
Camp. The Dance Camp is a one day 
clinic offered to high school squads to pro- 
vide additional routines and ideas to bet- 
ter their performances. 

As basketball season draws nearer, the 
Babes' schedule becomes more vigorous. 
The girls must maintain their repertoire 
of dances so they can perform on a mo- 
ment's notice. The Babes perform 
regularly at home basketball games, but 
you may also catch a glimpse of the 
squad at a pep rally, Christmas parade, 
or at various organizational meetings. 

Choreography for the Babes' perfor- 



mance is derived from various sources. 
Many ideas come from camp, but several 
routines are choreographed by squad 
members. Stacey Pittman, Bully's Babes 
director, has much to offer the girls after 
spending the entire summer teaching dance 
at the Belle Terre Academy in New York. 

When basketball season draws to a close, 
Bully's Babes year is far from over. Last 
year, they assisted with the Basketball Ban- 
quet to honor the players in the spring. They 
must also prepare for spring tryouts to 
select the members for the following year. 

Just remember when Bully's Babes step 
out on the Basketball Court at half-time, 
they are representing a group of twelve very 
hard working, talented, and dedicated girls 
that strive year round to express the pride 
they feel in promoting MSU. 



246 / Organizations 



CENTENNIAL 




Centennial Honor Society, forerunner 
to the nationally recognized Mortar Board 
Honorary, is a group of outstanding 
seniors united by common goals and 
ideals to provide service to the campus 
and the community. This year Centennial 
applied to Mortar Board for membership 
and was visited by a national officer of 
that honorary. The group supported 
various philanthropies and participated in 
several community service projects. They 
also co-sponsored Career Day in the 
Spring with the Black Awareness Council 
and the Career Placement and Informa- 
tion Center. 



FIRST ROW: Rebecca Cristil, Treasurer; Susan Forkin; 
Beth McGrath; Sharon Gunning; Liz Williams; Karen 
Thomas. SECOND ROW: Ginger Buzharott; Amy 



Walker, Secretary; Annette Bergstrom; Judy 
Booth; Barry Bridgforth; David S. Martin; John 
Huntington, President; Martin Luttreli. 



COLLEGE 



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The College Republicans were reorganized 
on campus three years ago and have been the 
largest student organization for that period of 
time. They have helped in the election of their 
candidates through canvassing, voter registra- 
tion, and absentee balloting. It is their intention 
to spread the Republican philosophy across 



the local community to help build the true 
conservative party of the future, the 
Republican Party. They have many 
dedicated members who constantly work for 
the organization, receiving as much satisfac- 
tion from it as the effort they spend on it. It 
is truly the organization for all students. 



FIRST ROW: Marci McCord; Maria Cavazos; Lynda 
Roberts; Lori Spear; Susan Cook; Susan Maier; Jen- 
ny Rench; Dawn Harmel. SECOND ROW: Dody 
Hall; Rhonda Jester; Amy Hall; Shelli Buchanan; 
Joy Fulton; Patti Monson; Tracy Landry; Nancy 
Duckett; Phyllis Carlisle. THIRD ROW: Susan 
Emerson; Dawn Bennett; Caroline Anger; Marcia 
Sumrall; Jennifer Wicker; Allison Britt; Amy 
Wallace; Paige Moses; Carol Ann Elliott; Sharon 
Jeanson; Sarah Jefcoat. FOURTH ROW: Dan Gib- 
son; Jon Conroy; Debbie Brock; Kathy Haygood; 
Sandra Simpson; Peggy Offenhiser; Rhonda 
Shoemake; Kris Hause; Susan Scott; Michele Mur- 
ray; Dawn Peterson; Renee Lewis. FIFTH ROW: 
Robert A. Akin; John Suttle; John Hester; S. Ross 
Aldridge; Greg Dunn; Richard Struss; Ed Stewart; 
Hat Coward; Walt Brister; Tim Darnell; Travis B. 
Moore, Chairman; John Davis, Treasurer; Joe 
Graben, Steering Com. SIXTH ROW: Richie Adair; 
Mark Williams; Jonathan Dawson; Andy McGehee; 
Greg Barnes; Barry Lowther; Willie Nester; Greg 
Wynne; Joe Brady; John DeGroote, Co-chairman; 
William Bell. 



Organizations / 247 





FIRST ROW: Steve Austin, Reporter; Michael 
Newman; Joe L.Horn; Greg \ates, Secretary; Mar- 
ty Herring, Sentinel. SF.COND ROW: Penny Lott, 
Student Advisor; Fat Holland, Treasurer; Mike 



Tucker; Mike Swindle; Billy Manning, President. 
THIRD ROW: Kevin Surrette; Paul Caves; Ricky 
Ferguson; Keni Blaine, Gerald Ketchum. 



The MSU Collegiate Future Farmers of 
America is dedicated to the College of 
Agriculture and Home Economics. They seek 
to increase membership and participation from 
the entire study body. Members of the MSU- 
FFA are preparing for careers in the 
agricultural industry. This organization helps to 
prepare interested students for eventual oc- 
cupations by allowing them the opportunity to 
develop leadership skills and abilities. This is 
achieved by extemporaneous speaking con- 
tests, committee work, fund raising activities, 
and practical experiences in agriculture. The 
largest and most productive fund raiser is the 
annual fruit sale which allows the students the 
opportunity to meet new people and serve the 
community. The club sponsors the annual FFA 
Banquet each Spring, various cookouts, and 
"fun" activities throughout the year. Although 
Collegiate FFA is oriented to majors in 
Agricultural and Extension Education, they en- 
courage all agricultural majors to become 
involved. 





FIRST ROW: Vicki Graves; Marcia Rarey; Cora 
Wright. SECOND ROW: Joyce Lee; Susan Sterwart; 
Patty Allen; Adele Ratcliff; Deborah Adams; Alicia 
Hawkins. THIRD ROW: Marcia Sanders; Cindy Carter; 
Carla McCain; Becky Jenkins; Christy Whitaker; Jean 
Strongosky; Tammie Turner. FOURTH ROW: Jeanne 
Reeves; Alis Cottingham; Martha Graham; Dotti Alex- 
ander; Patricia Henley. FIFTH ROW: Susan Shaw; 
Sallie Cottingham; Pat Burton; Sheila Turner. SIXTH 
ROW: Karen Shipley; Keely Foster; Susan Cook; Jeri 
Neil. SEVENTH ROW: Peggy Offenhiser; Tammye 
Johnson; Davista McLean; Paula Clay. EIGHTH ROW: 
Joycelyn Turnbo; Lillie Anderson; Christine James. 



Cresswell Hall, located behind Allen 
Hall was dedicated to Miss May Cresswell 
on November 19, 1963. Through the 
years, Cresswell had been the place for 
freshman women. As of Fall 1982, there 



was a big change in Cresswell. Cresswell 
Hall now houses over 300 upperclass 
women. Staffed by a hall director and 5 
resident assistants, Cresswell is the place 
to be! 



248 / Organizations 



CRITZ HALL 




FIRST ROW: Sherry Sledge; Lisa Jefferson; Lisa Dye; 
Laschelle Jones; Molly Temple; Carla Griffin; Elaine 
Chapman; Lisa Newell; Lisa Brister; Lender Blue; 
Beverly Samuel; Angela Collins; Angela Covington; 
Loyce Bowen. SECOND ROW: Sherry Ellis; Alesia 
Boyd; Sandy Stafford; Jennifer Patterson; Wanda 
Roberts; Paula Jordan; Linda Langford; Lisa Langford; 
Deborah Ryan; Denetrice Gray; Rosalind Hampton; 
Thelma Ringold; Lynette Dees; Marshon Knight; Lisa 
Lee; Beth Ball. THIRD ROW: Patsy Reed; Jackie 
Bailey; Chanita Simmons; Barbara Welch; Cynthia 
James; Kim Massey; Leigh Anne Griggers; Loretta 



rwood 



Smith; Brenda Odom; Cindy Jones; Leigh Ann Mc- 
Cormick; Virginia Joe; Rosemary Marks; Sangita 
Patel; Michelle Wade; Lisa Milton; Evanne 
Newman; Caren Crosswhite. FOURTH ROW 
Malissa Patterson; Lesia Nixon; Stephanie Sims 
Valenta Nichols; Mona Maddox; Karol Robinson: 
Linda Marshall; Nan Smith; Kathy Vines; Jackie 
Fong; Ramona Wright; Melissa Langford; Tracy 
Tucker; Susan Talley; Laurie Wilhite; Carol 
Williams. FIFTH ROW: Ramona Green; Laura 
Townsend; Melodie Stewart. 



Critz Hall is a freshman women's hall. 
The residents are sometimes known as 
Critz Critters (cute huh?). The hall was 
named after Hugh Critz, a former Presi- 
dent of Mississippi State University, and 
has been in use since 1958. 

The hall council, resident assistants, 
academic assistant, and residence hall 
director, work hard to provide residents 
with "a home away from home." Socials, 
cookouts, movies, dance, study hall, and 
social service projects are programs that 
are organized and carried out throughout 
the year. Socials include a Beach Bash 
with Sessums, a Toga Party with Duggar, 
an MTV Video Party with Hightower, 
and the list goes on. Tuesday Nights are 
always set aside for academics. Programs 
such as Study Skills, Time Management, 
Chemistry Lab Workshop, are provided 
on these nights. The girls are also active 
in intramurals on campus. 

The year is filled with fun and they all 
grow from living and working with each 
other. 




The MSU Dairy Science Club played 
an active role in campus activities such as 
Dean Lindley's Welcome Back Ag. Party, 
Discovery MSU Day, and a welcome New 
Dairy Student Party. The club also par- 
ticipated in the Homecoming festivities 
by hosting a luncheon for dairy alumni. 
Other activities of the club included a 
Spring Fever Day and the annual Dairy 
Cattle Fitting and Showing contest. 



FIRST ROW: Troy Moore; Robert Rowee, Pres.; Dean- 
na Arlington; Todd Bullock, Treas.; Lamar Adams. 
SECOND ROW: Kasireddy C. Reddy; Tommy 



Reynolds, V-Pres.; Gary Jackson; Nancy Sawallis, 
Historian; Charlsia Shannon, Jr. Historian; H. J. 
Bearden, Advisor; Noel Hall, Advisor. 



Organizations / 249 





The Data Processing Management 
Association (DPMA) is a national, profes- 
sional student organization for those 
students involved in the area of data pro- 
cessing and management information 
systems. The local student chapter here at 
Mississippi State University attempts to 
foster the interest in, and provide informa- 
tion about careers and prevalent issues in 
the field of data processing through a variety 
of functions and services. A monthly 
magazine keeps members up-to-date on the 
new technology, and other topics of interest 
in the field; while guest speakers and field 
trips provide realistic views of the job 
environment. 



FIRST ROW: Luis Okhuysen; Kai Koong, Vice 
President; Nancy Duckett, President; Catherine 
Hawkins; Jane Murphree; Brenda Sava, Treasurer; 
Kimarie Haynes, Program Chairperson. SECOND 
ROW: Trudy Kendrick, Sect.; Marci McCord; 
Tonya Williams; Carolyn Logan; Amanda 



Lochridge; Diane Massingill. THIRD ROW: Kathy 
Wright; Sarah Jefcoat; Datwih A. Dabbs; Al Can- 
trell; Eva Gay Roberts; Terry Arnsdorff. FOURTH 
ROW: Jack Covington; Tim Moffat; Angelia Knight; 
Steve Austim; Howard Ray, Advisor. 




FIRST ROW: Keith Thomaseu Chanseltor; Byron 
Trahan; John Flowers; Diana Parrish; David Lion, 
Treasurer; Cathy Fillebaum, Vice Pres.; Missy Hill, 
Sen. V-Pres.; Peggy Webster, Secretary; Rusty 
Tate, Chptl Efficiency Index Chairman; Charmaine 
Osbin; Lause Presley; Jimmy Stephens; Bebecca 
Barham; Mark Wallace, V-Pres. Prof. Activities; 
John Mark Brown, Pres. SECOND ROW: Jim 
Richter; Regina Mallett; Tim Knight; Catherine Hor- 



ton; Lydia Dawning; Che'rie Harlow; William 
Houston; Loreleia Dillenback; Sonny Lawson; Jeff 
Moseley; Thomas Skipper; Linda Otto. THIRD 
ROW: Sharon Russ; Bobin Parish; Lynne Welshans; 
Robbie Murphey; Alice Box; Jacqueline Hampton; 
Karen Holland; Kenna Cremer; Steven Cooper. 
FOURTH ROW: Russ Bourne; Danny Whalen; 
Steve McEachin; Wade Ford. 




The International Fraternity of Delta Sigma 
Pi was founded at New York University, at the j 
School of Commerce, Accounts, and Finance, 
on November 7, 1907. Gamma Delta chapter 
of Delta Sigma Pi was established at Mississip- i 
pi State University on March 5, 1949. The 
chapter has been growing steadily and 
stronger each year since that time. Presently, 
they have 27 members and a pledge class of 
28. On a nationwide scale, there are 210 
chapters and over 118,000 members. 

Delta Sigma Pi is a Professional Fraternity, 
meaning the membership is open to qualified 
Business and Industry majors. The Profes- 
sional Fraternity is unique in that it provides all 
of the usual advantages of fraternity affiliation, 
yet offers the real benefits which belong to 
members who have chosen the same profes- 
sion for their life work. 

Delta Sigma Pi emphasizes the value and 
necessity of professional and educational pro- 
grams in addition to regular undergraduate 
scholastic work. The aim of the fraternity is to 
educate and broaden the experience of the 
members. 



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DUGGAR HALL 




FIRST ROW: Joseph Petty; Steve Doerner; Wayne 
Home; Priest; Greg Davis, President; Stanley Boddy; 
Greg Holliday; David Blary, Social Chairman; J. Ed- 
mond Craft; Jeff Laird; Ivy Davenport; Ralph Nessler. 
SECOND ROW: Gregg Milner; Tommy Armstrong, 
Vice Pres.; Melvin Carter; Brent Eiland; Gabriel Swan, 
RA; Jay Milton, RA; Warren Moore; Lee Hueij; Michael 
Cryer; Anthony Carter; Mark DuBois; Ronnie Thyous; 
Glenn Collins. THIRD ROW: Mike Tucker, RA; Roger 
Lee, RLC; Eddie Walker, Intramural Chairman; Her- 
man Monster; John Jackson; Joseph Dean; Stephen 
East; Kurt Gaude; Chris Beachum; Clark Leake; 



HMHRiMK 



Micheal Gladney; Joseph "Little Car" Garcia, Hall 
Rep.; Roger Strautmann; Geary McMinn; Glen Jor- 
dan. FOURTH ROW: Frank Peters, AA; Myron J. 
Holder, RA; Hank Harrington; Scott Hallsobrook 
Tho D. NGuyen; Chris Conner; Jeff Geodwin 
William Cade; John D. Crowford. FIFTH ROW 
Doug Brown; Micheal Simpson; Eric Truitt; Chris 
Gardier; Tim Wilcox; Bobby Stone; Mike Potote; 
Tim Thorn; Anthony Lowe; Steve Brummell; 
Thomas Browder; Roy Spradlin; Richard Love; Roy 
Dowson; Greg Thomas. 



The residents of Duggar Hall are a 
dedicated part of freshman students at 
Mississippi State University. "Dedicated to 
Excellence" is the feeling of each resident 
as well as a motto for the 1984-85 
academic year. Duggar Hall, housing ap- 
proximately 225 students, was completed 
in 1959 and was named after the 
discoverer of aeromycin, Dr. Benjamin 
Duggar. 

Although the building itself is just a small 
part of Mississippi State University, the ex- 
periences and memories gained within Dug- 
gar will be carried by its residents for a 
lifetime. The hall is staffed by a Residence 
Hall Director, six resident assistants, and an 
academic assistant. Each one is dedicated 
to the total development of the residents by 
counseling the students, teaching leader- 
ship, and providing hall administration. The 
hall's Academic Assistant provides the 
freshman residents with a variety of pro- 
grams to help them adjust to their new 
academic environment. 



ETA 




FIRST ROW: Wayne Ethridge, Corr. Secretary; Paul SECOND ROW: John B. Riley; Greg Christian; Eric 
Davis, President; Michael Lenoir, Treasurer; Elizabeth Welch; Mark Brazell; Tim Devine. THIRD ROW: 
Zeigler, Rec. Secretary; Marie May; Lecersia Shields. Doug Jordan; Lora Reaves; Edwin Rheuark. 



Eta Kappa Nu was the International 
Electrical Engineering Honor Society. Its 
purpose was not only to recognize those 
students in Electrical Engineering who 
had established a significant standing in 
their junior or senior class, but also to 
assist its members throughout their lives 
in becoming better professionals as well 
as better citizens. Still another purpose of 
Eta Kappa Nu was to help fellow 
members and non-members alike im- 
prove the standards of their profession, 
the courses of instruction, and the 
Department of Electrical Engineering at 
Mississippi State University. The chapter 
here at MSU is proud to include in its 
membership 36 undergraduate students 
and 15 graduate students. 



Organizations / 251 



CLUB 




FIRST ROW: Carol Mitchell; Shur-Wern Wang; Ed- 
ward Parmes, Secretary; Hong-da Lee; Joe T. 
Cardwell, Junior Advisor. SECOND ROW: Vernon 
Woodruff; Cathy Jo Hendry; Young Hyoun Yi; Sun 



Wah Chiu; Salem Omar Ali, Vice-President. THIRD 
ROW: Reddy C. Kasireddy; Juan Silva; Abdu Rufa 
Sanneh; Charles Negbenebor; T. C. Chen, Advisor. 



The Mississippi State University Food 
Science Club was organized in 1975 and 
received its charter from the International 
Institute of Food Technology in 1976. 
Membership is open to all students in- 
terested in foods and food technology, but it 
is composed primarily of food science and 
technology majors. The purpose of the club 
is to promote food science and technology, 
promote and support the MSU Food Science 
Institute. 

Our club members gain experience in the 
production, processing, packaging, and 
distribution of food items while preparing 
the "Bully Gift Boxes." The income from 
this project is used to sponsor student 
member trips to food-oriented conventions 
for educational purposes or for the presenta- 
tion of research conducted at Mississippi 
State University, and to finance club func- 
tions. Last year, gross sales of our gift boxes 
exceeded $14,000. 




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FIRST ROW: Joyce Silva; Elizabeth Bull; Beverly 
Griffis; Ileana Johnson; Sandra Jolley. SECOND 
ROW: Helen Sharp; Sabrina Smith; Robin Ramsay; 
Kim Morrison. THIRD ROW. Bill Black; Melanie 



Burrows; Juliane Taylor. FOURTH ROW: Ben 
Blaney; Dulce Andrigueto. FIFTH ROW: Maria 
Quinones; Ana Maria Lopez; Claudia M. Martinez. 
SIXTH ROW: Shane Pinkard. 



The three foreign language honorary 
societies seek to recognize excellence in the 
study of French, German, and Spanish and 
to provide an incentive for higher scholar- 
ship. The Honoraries aim to promote the 
study of the languages, literatures and 
civilizations of the French-, German and 
Spanish-speaking peoples of the world, and 
to stimulate and encourage cultural ac- 
tivities which will lead to a deeper apprecia- 
tion of these peoples and their countries. 
Events sponsored by the Honoraries in the 
last year include a discussion evening follow- 
ing the presentation of the German film 
"Das Boot," a showing of the film 
"Hiroshima mon amour," a poetry reading 
of her original Spanish poems by Dr. Ana 
Lopez, a luncheon/discussion meeting with 
the press attache from the German con- 
sulate in Atlanta, Christmas celebrations, 
slide programs on life in Romania and on the 
origin of Carneval, initiations and banquets. 
Book prizes for outstanding achievements in 
German were also awarded, and a member 
of Pi Delta Phi won a summer fellowship for 
study in France. 



252 / Organizations 



EVANS 




FIRST ROW: Lee Alexander III, Darrel Christian, 
Steven Weathersby, Richard Head, Jack Wood. SE- 
COND ROW: Chuck Gautier, Duane Driven, Samuel T. 
Hawkins, Kurt C. Floyd, Tim Young. Hugh Sisson, 
Richard Hopkins. THIRD ROW: Ricky Watkins, Daniel 



Blount, Jay Labat, John P. Hebert, Garth Frazier, 
Chet Burge, Mark Rabalais, Scott Williams, George 
Williams, Dudley Leary, William McGee, Sean 
Gilmore. FOURTH ROW: Keith DuBard, Alan 
Bynam, Marty Herring, Joe Wright, Jeff Graves, 



James Fortner, John Harlan, Fred Williams, Theo 
Reshew. FIFTH ROW; Doran Johnson, Eric Laiche, 
Ronnie Rigney, Terry Atkinson, Jim Herrin, Mitch 
Morgan. SIXTH ROW: Barnaby P. Washington, 
Greg Gilmore, John Ballinger, Andy Freeman. 



Evans Hall, though the smallest men's 
residence hall at MSU, is still one of the 
most desired men's residence halls on 
campus, with many more applications for 
residency each year than can be filled. 
Why? Perhaps it's because of Evans' 
quiet location on the edge of campus. Or 
the "family" atmosphere that living in the 
hall provides. Or the many fun events 
that the hall sponsors and participates in 
each year. All these things and more 
make Evans Hall the great men's 
residence hall that it is. 



Organizations / 253 



RODUCTS RESEARC 




The Forest Products Research Society is 
an international, nonprofit educational 
association founded in 1947 to provide a 
common forum for all segments of the Forest 
Products Industry. With over 4,000 
members in the United States, Canada, and 
more than 50 other countries, the Forest 
Products Research Society enables you to 
develop invaluable personal contacts and to 
keep up to date with regional research and 
industry developments. 




FIRST ROW: Russell D. Penton; Roger Taylor, 
Membership Chairman; Douglas J. Gardner; Larry 



D. Wasfaret. SECOND ROW; Mark Romine; David 
Hough; Kelvin Taylor; Jonathan Turner, Chairman. 





FIRST ROW: Terry Stolz; Metta Byrd; John 
McNeil. SECOND ROW: Mark King; Todd Ballcom; 
A! Duff; David Langford; Gerald Lang; Marty 
Kilpatrick. THIRD ROW: Jim Junkin; Kent Moore; 
Steve Rogers; Steve Herrington; Andy Davis. 



FOURTH ROW: Felix Prather; Pat Glass; Tom 
Morgon; David Smith; Ron Beliech; Andy Redwood. 
FIFTH ROW: Greg Pehlman; Donna Hamlin; Bren- 
da Miller; Linda McMahon. 



The Forestry Club seeks to strengthen the 
ties between the students and also between 
the students and faculty in the School of 
Forest Resources. Information relating to 
various aspects in the forestry field is 
relayed to the students during club 
meetings. Such activities as firewood cut- 
ting, conclave, field days and the annual 
Shakers also provide the opportunity for in- 
creasing individual relations. 















254 / Organizations 



MSU FAMOUS MAROON BAN 




The fall of 1984 saw the Famous 
Maroon Band of Mississippi State Univer- 
sity set new standards of excellence both 
in size and in quality of performance. 
Under the leadership of Dr. Kent Sills, 
Director of Bands, and Mr. Robert 
Taylor, new Assistant Director of Bands, 
the Maroon Band was the largest in the 
history of the university with three hun- 
dred and four members. The Band fur- 
thered its fast growing reputation as one 
of the premier performing groups in the 
country with half time show that will be 
remembered for years to come. 
Highlights included the unfurling of a 
gigantic, one hundred and twenty foot 
long American flag at the USM and LSU 
games. Cannons, fireworks, balloons, 
smoke grenades and many other special 
effects dazzled enthusiastic crowds 
throughout the year. But it was the 
superb musical selections which became 
the trademark of this band — from stir- 
ring renditions of traditional favorites, 
"God Bless America" and "Stars and 
Stripes Forever," to exciting contend 
porary sounds such as Lionel Richie's 
"All Night Long." Whatever the selec- 
tion, the Maroon Band performed it with 
unsurpassed levels of Musical 
proficiency. 

The year included performing at eight 
football games, four pep rallies, and two 
special shows at the New Orleans 
World's Fair. The band also recorded an 
album which will be used for years to 
come in promoting MSU and providing 
entertainment at athletic and other 
special functions. Such a rigorous per- 
forming schedule demanded hours of 
preparation from the dedicated 
members. After reporting to school one 
week before the start of classes for 
preschool workshop, the Maroon Band 
could still be heard all over campus from 
five to six every afternoon. But one gets 
the feeling that those echos from near 
Eckie's Pond are more than just the 
sounds of busy preparations for Satur- 
day's show — they are the makings of a 
tradition, and it's the tradition of one of 
the finest university bands in the nation 
— the Famous Maroon Band of 
Mississippi State University. 



Organizations / 255 




DIRECTOR: Dr. Kent Sills 

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: Robert Taylor 

GRADUATE ASSISTANTS: Curtis Jackson 

DRUM MAJORS: Tim Avant. Stephen Pounders 

FEATURE TWIRLERS: Kathleen Collins, Karol Crowder, Jackie Lof- 

tin, Michelle McBrlde. 

MAJORETTES: Judy Atherton. Polly Baker, Missy Deaton, Elizabeth 

Dykes, Carla Goodgame, Leigh Martin, Melissa Mott (Captain), Nancy 

Smith, Michelle Valentine, Cindy Williams (Asst. Captain), Connie 

Williams, Karen Windham. 

RIFLES: Naomi Alford (Asst. Captain), Patty Allen, Rachel Griffin, 

Laschelle Jones, Carol Niehaus, Peggy Pettry, Jodl Stubbs (Captain), 

Greta Ware, Ellen Young. 

FLAGS: Lillie Anderson, Ellen Baker, Terry Bowen, Helen Bruce. Lorl 

Burt, Teresa Buster, Keely Foster, Ellen Grafton, Linda Halfacre, Mary 



Hartnett, Creath Hathorn (Captain), Joni Hollinger, Cheryl Liester 
(Asst. Captain), Ann McMtllian, Sharon Mathis, Janet Minims, Su2ette 
Monroe, Kenna Nichols, Melanie Oldham, Kim Peters, Rachel Power, 
Terri Price, Alicia Sellers, Jennifer Smith, Donnette Splght, Paula 
Staples, Karla Thomas, Kathryn Touchtone, Brenda Truelove, Joyce 
Turnbo, Misty Webb, Cindy Yancy. 

FLUTES: Pamela Almore, Lisa Bozeman, Julie Broome, Susan 
Chandler, Kim Cook, Julie Covington, Lorl Dyer, Lou Ann English, 
Susan Green (Squad Leader), Lynn Harris, Kristy Moore, Vatenta 
Nichols, Carol Stark, Richard Warren. 

CLARINETS: Kevin Bishop, Joyce Borum, Adelia Brown, Jamie 
Brown, Kathy Davis, Ann Fulton, Debra Glassco, Alicia Hawkins 
(Squad Leader), Myra Henry, Penny Hlndman, Jean Hosch (Squad 
Leader), Melissa Huddleston, David Jackson. Rosemary Marks, Donna 
McCall, Rita McClellan, Christine Moss (Squad Leader), Heidi 



Palmqulst, Sherry Sledge, Don Tassln, Reginald Turner, Dtedn: 

Vamado, Carol Williams, Jacqueline Zanders. 

SAXOPHONES: Terry Alkerson, Claude Brent, Mike Brown (Squat 

Leader), Robert Cook, Pam Curry, Phillip Davidson, Billy Davis (Squai 

Leader), Jennifer Foster, Colleen Guyion, Dennis Horn, Pat Johnstor 

(Squad Leader), Tim Jones, Ronnie Lynch, Charles Shelton, Jim Smith 

Stan Weaver, Cathy Williamson, Sheila Williamson. 

FRENCH HORNS: Harry Andrews, Janice Aycock, Ruth Beard 

Melissa Clements, Jackie Fong, Robert Henderson, Fred Hicks, Lydi; 

Knott (Squad Leader), Danlta Marcum, Greg Roper (Squad Leader) 

William Tant, William Thomas, Todd Warren, Gary Williams, Colic 

White. 

TRUMPETS: Tracy Adkins, Cleophus Amerson, Ronald Bennett, Rus 

Berry, Wayne Bishop, David Brannon, Anna Brooks. Thomas Broome 

Allan Calllcott (Squad Leader), Phil Collins, John Corban, Kevli 



256 / Organizations 




iwther, Wesley Dillon, Cecelia Dowsing, Mark Dubois, Michael 
ilkner, Larry Flippo, Jeff Ford, Bill Gaddis, Richard Gaddis, James Gib- 
| Kenny Gbson, Kevin Golden, Allen Gould (Squad Leader), Charles 
rrls, Andy Hawkins, Scott Herron (Squad Leader), Chris Hutchinson 
|uad Leader), Jim Jolly (Squad Leader), Marsha Jones, Nolan Jones 
juad Leader), Connie Kimball, Scott Kowerduck, Edward Kucia, Bill 
B (Squad Leader), Bryan Lee, Randy Loftin, Kara Longmire, Rusty 
on. Bill McCanless, Leigh Mixon, Thomas Moak, Michael Moore, Kerry 
Smith, Greg Payne (Squad Leader), Tommy Perkins, Kay Plttman, 
«* Porter, Nathan Prewltt, Adele Ratcllff, David Raynard, Brian 
Ikjan, Rosemary Saraco, Keith Speights, Jon Smith, Donnie South, Bill 
ompson. Rocky Tldwell, Ondy Tucker, Mike Verrell, Tony Voso, 
lund Woods, Mark Woodward. 

OMBONES: Pat Autry (Squad Leader), Jimmy Brown, Al Cantrell, 
tor Carr, Ronald Dahlem, Curtis Dickens, Ernie Ham, Paul Fields, 



Kimberly Frame, Peter Franco (Squad Leader), Robin Gray, Bryan 
Groce, Jim Harfst, Bradley Hood, Phillip Lichlyter, Danny Marquette 
(Squad Leader), Lydia Mauldin, Beth McGrath, Jeff Miller, Wes Moore, 
Scott Murphree, Randy Myers, Alan Nelhaus, Mike Peters, Tim Ray, 
Robin Rlcchetti, Teverster Scott, Al Sills, Harold Smith, Terry Sullivan, 
Kevin Thrash (Squad Leader), Ivan Ware. 

BARITONES'. Chris Beachum, Jim Bell, Eddie Blush, Melvin Carter, 
Steve Cayson, Gary Green, Beth Gunter, Ray Haney, Cliff Jones, Brian 
Lampkin (Squad Leader), Peter -McLeod (Squad Leader), Rebecca 
Moon, Anthony Nixon, Dana Raspberry, 

BASSES: Ralph Arnold, Delmon Ashcraft, Chadler Braswell (Squad 
Leader), Rickey Brown (Squad Leader), Robert Cambre, Daryl Curtis, 
George East (Squad Leader), Marc Fleldman, Chris Floyd, Tom Fritch, 
Kenny Hill (Squad Leader), Glenn Howard, James Johnson, Cindy 
Jones, Damon Jones, Mike Lampkin, Rickey Langley, Clark Leake, 



Brian McCIain, John Mercler III, Mitch Moore, Burns Strider, John 

Walker, Jack Wood. 

PERCUSSION: Laurie Bennett, Robert Black, Bill Brooks, Cliff Brown, 

Robert Campbell, Paul Cook, Susan Cook, David Cook, David Crow, 

Sara Hansen, James Hardin, Mike Kelso, Julie Kendrlck, Renee Lacy, 

Clay McHann, Jimmy Only, Jon Roorda, Daryl Sims (Captain), Andy 

Skoog, David Smith, Kenneth Smith, Bill Tate, Martha Thompson, Con- 

al Veazey, Chris Warren, Dave Welsh, Bruce White (Asst. Captain), 

Steve Young. 

MANAGERS: Victor Bailey, Joe Dunston, Andy Fox, Ondy Houston, 

Randolph Marchmont, Nancy Peden. 



Organizations / 257 












BETA P 




Gamma Beta Phi is an honorary 
service organization open to under- 
graduate and graduate students who are 
committed to excellence in education, to 
good character, and to service. A student 
must have completed at least twelve 
credit hours of college work and have a 
scholastic ranking within the top 20% of 
his class to be invited to join. Gamma 



Beta Phi has a high standard of ex- 
cellence with the attitude of carrying out 
a project in first-class style or not at all. 
Their goals are to encourage individual 
excellence in education, to promote the 
development of leadership ability and 
character in its members, and to improve 
education through appropriate service 
projects. 















































FIRST ROW: Howard Franklin; Monte Earlywine; 
Greg Yates; Vic Lachin; Robert Osborn; Richard 
Cook; Scott Keys; Lamar Braxton, Jr.; Danny Gard- 
ner; Joe A. Cole; Harold Moore; Aldyth Nunally. 
SECOND ROW: Kevin Franklin; Byron May; Roger 
Myers; Shawn Milan; Jeffrey C. Smith; W. M. Aren- 
dale; Bill Graves; Raymond Echols; Randy Dicker- 



son; Keith Brock; Jeff Honea. THIRD ROW: Dwight 
Gilliland; David Hattaway; Mike McDonald; Calvin 
Brown; Terry Hode; Lamar Adams; John J. Hardin; 
Larry Flowers; Danny Nerren; Bruce Bynum; Bruce 
Habel. FOURTH ROW: Harvey Schmedlop, Karl 
Larson; Tim Devine; Tevester Scott. 



FIRST ROW: John Dickson; Jenifer Hardin; John Barr; 
Sheryl Griffin; Cynthia Jones; Jerry Ray; Donna Good; Kim 
Morrison; Dr. J. R. Heitz. SECOND ROW: Angie Mullins; 
David Baraldi; Denise Prestel; Kim Jones; Jim Fisher; Len 
E. Elam; Karen E. Robinson; Arnavaz Mistry; Nick 
Rundlett; Melvin Creel; Cary McFalls. THIRD ROW: C. 
Albert King; Vicki McKee; Deborah D. Randle; Rebecca 
Barham; Pamela Egolf; Mary Jo Palmer; Donna Davis; 
Doug Concannon; Greg Barrick; Michael Hudglns; Eric 
Brockman; Lori Kelly; Ricky Lane; Patricia A. Richardson; 
Michael H. Harmond; Lea Ann Montgomery; Kim Alex- 
ander; Angie Bouchillon; Russell Dobbyn; Betty Austin; 
Sandy Toler. FOURTH ROW: Jodi Stubbs; Joyce Borum; 
David Littell; Dale Amason; Alisa Smith; Desiree Lizana; 
Kristi Plaxico; Charlotte Lewis; Melanie Allen; Melodie 
Dreher; Carole Riser; Denny Sims. FIFTH ROW: Tom Hill; 
Faith Smith; Lori Kimble; Chrisann Chadwick; Deborah K. 
Halterman; Tammi L. Turner; Terri Kocha; Dee Anna 
Willis; Patricia Dill; Del Ashcraft, Jr.; Robert A. Barrett; 
Caroline Poarch; Ralph Gwaltney; Mike Skipper. SIXTH 
ROW: Paula Rogers; Angie Ryals; Letitia Kitchens; Kim 
Sisson; Lyda McNeely; Susan Cook; Rita McClellan; Ed 
Stewart; Andy McGrew; Greg Jones; Bradley Messer; 
Mark Williams; Angela L. Dunnam; Atlie M. Payne. 
SEVENTH ROW: John Mark Brown; Thomas R. 
Brockway; Connie Farley; Ami Reese; Prez Knndrick; Mike 
Donald; Gerald W. Ketchum; James T. Belve; Kenneth 
Hill; Frank Williams; Thomas H. Broome; Jim E. Newton; 
Dan Doty; Daren A. Vowels; Jeffrey Gregory; Richard E. 
Clatterbuck; Peyton T. C. Ross. 





Garner Hall prides itself in being the 
smallest men's residence hall at Mississippi 
State University. Built in 1950 and remod- 
eled in 1978, Garner has earned the reputa- 
tion of being a friendly and fun place to 
spend your college years. Its 182 residents 
learn and grow together in an atmosphere of 
genuine southern hospitality. 

The Garner Hall Council seeks to provide 
an environment conducive to total student 
development. It promotes academic ex- 
cellence, spiritual growth, and just a plain 
old good time. 

Recognized campus-wide for its 
achievements, Garner has been awarded the 
Most Outstanding Social Program for a Male 
Hall 1983-84, 1st Place Men's Homecoming 
Sign Display Competition 1983, and are 
defending champions in the Garner Hall In- 
vitational softball tournament. 

Garner wishes to thank each of its 
residents for the unique contribution they 
make to our hall. It's a great place to live . . . 
and getting better all the time. 



258 / Organizations 



GOLDEN HEARTS OF 2$E 




FIRST ROW: Christy Favre; Jeni Cagle; Stacy 
McLelland, Rush Chairman; Nancy Strahan, Treasurer; 
Jennifer Bradford, President; Rachell Cauthen, Vice 
President; Mary Allen Bowen, Secretary; Paula Prude; 
Kim Clark; Connie Fortner. SECOND ROW: Frances 
Tindall; Deanie Ballard; Mary Anna Quinn; Dodie Hun- 
lelee; Sonya Welch; Hop>e Henry; Denise Prestel; Jan 
Jackson; Laurie Poe; Margaret Ann Montgomery. 



THIRD ROW: Laura Stanford; Lori Kirk; Judy 
Atherton; Kerry Abbey; Joni Blackwood; Joan 
Fletcher; Mary Scott Yoste; Terri Phillips; Denise 
Moxon. FOURTH ROW: Dawn Harmel; Lisa Britt; 
Elizabeth Magoun; Lee Ann Montgomery; Leah 
Hindman; Karen Creekmore; Lisa Long; Ann 
McLane; Sarah Barlow; Robyn Wilson; Mary Paige 
Collins; Amy Parish. 



The Golden Hearts of Sigma Phi Ep- 
silon is a service organization focused on 
assisting Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. 
Since its inception in 1976, they have 
worked on numerous service projects 
befitting the fraternity, the campus, and 
the community. These have included 
bake sales, car washes, and charity 
drives. The Golden Hearts' 50 members 
participated in the United Way campaign 
and Bacchanalia festivities as well as 
their own traditional Halloween party 
and Little Brother surprise party. The 
ladies of the Golden Hearts have 
dedicated themselves to the betterment 
of the University and the gentlemen of 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



GOVER 




; IRST ROW: Dave Giles; John DeGroote, Assistant 
3iairman; Charmaine Osbin; Lori Laney; Amy Tuck, 
Director; Randall Dong; Niki Clements; Ben Morgan. 
5ECOND ROW: Steven Welch; John Huntington; 
Steven Cooper; Annette Bergstrom; Michelle Griffin; 



Cathy McComas. THIRD ROW: Michael Roberts; 
Russ Smith; Missy Purvis; Sondra Simpson; Terri 
Buster; Elizabeth Jones; Jay Milton; Lydell Boswell. 
FOURTH ROW: Allen. Cain; Danny Holloman; Jeff 
Gregory; Alfred Carter; Car! Burnham. 



The Governmental Affairs Committee 
is the most important student lobbying 
group at Mississippi State University, and 
it serves as a vital liaison between our 
students and elected officials. All 
members are expected to participate in 
our student lobbying efforts within the 
state and at the national level. As part of 
our lobbying efforts, we are requested to 
serve as hosts and hostesses at the MSU 
Legislative Day. 

The GAC seeks to expand contacts 
with our legislators in order to stimulate 
genuine concern of student opinion in the 
decision-making process. The committee 
also acknowledges the contributions that 
the officials have made to Mississippi 
State University and our community. 
Each year preparations are made to visit 
the legislators during a legislative session 
and also to host a legislative Luncheon for 
the officials in Jackson. 

The Governmental Affairs Committee 
works diligently to maintain and improve 
interests in our governmental system. 



Organizations / 259 



RT HALL 




FIRST ROW: Janet Redmonk; Jowanna Jones; Vic- 
toria Plair; Sonja J. Sanders; Rieveland R. Jenkins; 
Wilma Sharpe; Belinda Arnold; Brenda Miller; 
Angela Dunnam. SECOND ROW: Emily Lynette 
Howard; Vernice Brown; Geri Henderson; Missy 
Stafford; Teresa McGrew; Cindy Cowart; Amy 
Odom; Juanita Graham; Melvenia Ware; Latia Rob- 



bins. THIRD ROW: Janine McCuilough; Lori Ann 
Shelton; Cheryl Barr; Emory Bellard; Beth Sartain; 
Joanna Dudley; Kaye Burns Smith. FOURTH 
ROW: Melody Bigham; Regina Mattett; Vickey L. 
Williams; Jacquelyne D. Reed; Kathy Sigurnjak; 
Connie Smith; Patty Keels; Sonya Yu; Lori Burt; 
Jone Hollinger. 



When Herbert reopened its doors in 
1981, the big question on campus was 
"Where IS Herbert Hall?" However, 
Herbert now shines through that mass oi 
buildings behind "Engineering Row" as a 
home of spirit and pride. 

Housing 125 girls, Herbert Hall accom- 
modates many members of MSU's own* 
famous Maroon Band along with other girls] 
who take pride in Herbert as being their! 
home away from home. Its Hall Council has: 
proved to be eager in providing educational 
as well as social programs. 





FIRST ROW: Stephen Houston; Ted Gray; Wayne 
Wells II; Jim Brown; Walter Roddy; Tom Jeanson; 
Shane Leverett; Mark Johnson; James Hatcher; Bill 
McCanless. SECOND ROW: Bryan Maddox; Tim 
Youngblood; Tim Jones; Kevin Williams; John 
Bagwell; Scott Cothran; Scott Murphree; Jared 
Ellis; Mike Liggett; Ben Nabors; Randy Tarkington. 
THIRD ROW: Dwight Burcham; Mark Sobley; Skip 
Sprayberry; Greg Maloney; Scott Pintard; Donell 
Henderson; Shun Williams; Christopher Morgan; 
Duie L. Knight; David Langford; Bill Knox; John 



Jaks; Tommy Ballard. FOURTH ROW: Patrick J. 
Nash; Brad Sutton; Nathan Blount; Ron Kenyon; 
Joe O'Neal; Randall Treadwell; John Manby; 
Charlie Warriner; Ray Haney; John Suttle; Gino 
Agnelly; Jeff Huff; Leland Dutro; Alan Lord; 
Richard Walker. FIFTH ROW: Chris Marsalis; Ran- 
dall R. Ritch; Scott Junkin; James Simmons; Ralph 
Perniciaro; Alvin Johnson; Willie O'Neal; Tim 
Wright; Jim Hargrove; Greg Ayers; Dick Lewis; 
John Shanklin, Jr.; Alex Kish; Mike Arledge; John 
Corban; Glen Pennington. 



Over 200 residents moved into Hightower 
Hall to begin the 1985 school year. The per- 
sonalities of the residents contributed to a hall 
with many different types of skills and in- 
terests. From the residents of "The Jungle of 
1st North" to G.O.T.H. of the 3rd south, 
events were planned to meet the interests and 
needs of all residents. 

As one of six freshman halls at MSU, the 
motto of Hightower is "living and learning."! 
That motto was reflected in many of the events 
of the year for Hightower residents planned by 
the Hall Council officers. Those officers were 
John Bagwell — President; Gifford Pace — 
Vice President; Jay Gee — Secretary; Randall 
Ritch — Treasurer; Jim Brown — Social) 
Chairman. 

Hightower residents were involved in many 
campus organizations ranging from student 
government to the Greek organizations. 

A banquet was held at the end of the year to 
recognize award winners in serious and not-so 
serious categories, and to look back on events! 
of the year. 



260 / Organizations 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 




FIRST ROW: Sandra White — Pub. Chairman; Linda 
Marie Moore, Pres.; Tara Doyle, V-Pres.; Teresa 
Morgan; Susan Chan; Susan Clark; Connie Hodges; 
Babette Watts; Shannon Cornelison. SECOND ROW: 
Deloris Doss; Wendy Posey; Pattie Presley, Treas.; 
Dale Jenkins; Sondra Garrison; Donna Davis; Beth Far- 
rar; Ashley Scarborough; June Carpenter, Faculty Ad- 



visor. THIRD ROW: Elizabeth Smith; Molly Lewis; 
Edie Mills, Social Chairman; Kathryn S. Everett; 
Janet Cohen; Lori Moyer. FOURTH ROW: Christy 
Reinhardt; Sandy Rozzell; Wanda Stewart; 
Elizabeth P. Henderson; Melinda Dabbs; Patti 
Gregory, Secretary; Cathy Coleman. 



Home Economics was established as a 
degree granting program at Mississippi State 
in 1968. The Home Ec Club was formed as 
soon as school started. Dr. Lois Kilgore was 
the club's first faculty advisor. The purpose of 
the club was to encourage fellowship among 
the Home Economics majors at Mississippi 
State University and other universities. The 
establishment of university level Home Ec 
Club was the forerunner to the student 
chapter of the American Home Economics 
Association which is the national organization. 

The Home Ec Club has fifty members in the 
local chapter. The club meets approximately 
once each month. They have supper and a 
Home Ec related speaker or activity. The 
Home Ec professors attend the club meetings; 
therefore, a friendship has been established 
between the students and the professors. 

The Home Ec Club takes part in the annual 
"Welcome Back Ag Party" each year. For the 
past few years, they have had a Cakewalk 
with each member bringing a tempting cake 
for the winners. 




Robin Ramsay; Ann Black, Newsletter Editor; Barbara 
McMinn, Pres.; Sylvia James, RA; Helen Bruce, Treas.; 
Valerie Martin, Floor Rep. 2A; Anita Wax, Vice Pres.; 
Jennifer Lewis, Floor Rep. 2C. SECOND ROW: Terri 
Kocha, Secretary; Macheta Grays, RA; Kaye Clingan, 
RA; Sandra M. Park, Floor Rep. 3A; Cynthia Marshall, 



RA; Jackqulin Buchanan, Publicity Chairperson; 
Jeanette Buckhalter, Social Programmer. THIRD 
ROW: Penni Koslicki, RA; Michael Anne Butts, RA; 
Debbie Sanford, RHD; Angela Johnsoon, Floor 
Rep. 2B; Patti Stevens, RA; Charlotte Staliworth, 
Floor Rep.; Debbie Dobbs, RA. 



Traditionally known as "The Heart of 
MSU," Hull Hall is known as a favorite 
women's residence hall on campus. Its 
central location, pleasant surroundings, 
and active residents make it an enjoyable 
place to live. Hull houses some of the 
finest women at MSU with varied 
backgrounds and interests. Among them 
are its Resident Assistants and Hall Coun- 
cil members. 

This year Hull has had many All- 
Nighters featuring the latest in videos, a 
Halloween Haunted House, a Buddy 
Game, banquets, cookouts, and many 
other social functions. However, that's 
not all! Working closely with the RAs, 
Hall Council also seeks to promote educa- 
tional activities within the residence hail 
that are informative and meaningful, such 
as a Rape Prevention seminar, Health 
care discussions, job related sessions, and 
our Annual Collegiate Quiz Bowl. They 
are confident that when each resident 
leaves MSU, Hull will truly remain in her 
heart. 



Organizations / 261 




FIRST ROW: J. Singh Vohra; Pratuanglok 
Piyawong; Tsai Roger, Vice President; Samuel 
Dunu, President; Dr. Ray Johnson, Faculty; Ad- 
visor; Srini Ranganna, Secretary; Richard Wang. 
SECOND ROW; Kwan Hee Park; Michael Proaps; 
Adnan Nasla; Dr. Jessica Matson; Dr. William M. 



Smyer; Mr. Kirk Rosenhan; Mrs. Joan Burcham. 
THIRD ROW: Afonso Carvalho; Dr. Wayne Parker; 
Professor Jesse Oswalt; Stone Chern; Syed Abid Au 
Naqvi. FOURTH ROW: Ahsanul Huq; Rob Turner; 
Ifran-ul Hague; Y. K. Chan. 



The Industrial Engineering Graduate 
Students Association (I.E.G.S.A.) serves tc 
promote the Industrial Engineering profes 
sion through the organized effort of its 
members in study and research. The 
association provides a forum for the 
academic and social enrichment of its 
members. 

The membership, consisting of all in- 
dustrial engineering graduate students, 
come from various countries. This interna- 
tional flavor provides for good cultural ex- 
changes among members. 

It has been successful in achieving its ob-j 
jectives since its inception, and they look in 
to the future with optimism. 








FIRST ROW: Kevin Franklin; Tom Lamb; Bruce 
Reeves; Chip Oswalt; Mary Newsome; Michael 
Lindley; Mike Poster; Julie Huckaby; Randal 
Russell. SECOND ROW: Srenivas Jayanti; Michael 
Graham; Samuel Dunu; Leigh Tanner; Erwin 



Baylot; Randy Webb; Carole Vasek; Virginia Joe; 
Jackie Fong; Waiter Black; Robin Corr. THIRD 
ROW: Neal Todd; Clay Walden; Jim Hatten; Bill 
Eaker; Dave Wise; Alex Damalas; Mark Williams; 
Joel McClure; Lath Hairston. 




The Institute of Industrial Engineers was 
founded in 1948, originally as the American 
Institute of Industrial Engineers. The MSU 
student chapter of HE was organized in the 
fall of 1962. 

The MSU chapter won the national HE 
"Award of Excellence" in 1984 for an un- 
precedented national record of nine con- 
secutive years. The chapter also ranks 
among the top fifteen chapters for achieve- 
ment out of one hundred seven chapters in 
the United States, Mexico, and Canada. 

The MSU student chapter stresses par- 
ticipation, leadership, and professionalism i 
among its members. They have the oppor- 
tunity to participate in plant trips, social and I 
business meetings, regional and national j 
conferences, and senior chapter meetings. 
The chapter sponsored Productivity Week 
for the Starkville, Mississippi area in 1984. 
One of the primary goals of HE is to promote 
to the public the outstanding growth and 
promise of Industrial Engineering. 



262 / Organizations 



IEEE 




FIRST ROW: Jennifer Foster, Fund Raiser Committee 
Chairman; Lecersia Shields, Chairman (President); 
Marie May, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Sharon Guy, 



Secretary; Duane Driver, Student Council Rep.; 
Eric Welch, Vice Chairman. Not Pictured: Mike 
Crowe, Publicity Chairman Committee. 



IEEE provides social as well as 
technical gatherings. The IEEE picnic is a 
bi-annual event held each semester at 
Dorman Lake. Other activities held each 
year include a student paper contest and 
a T-Shirt design contest both with a 
nominal prize for the winners. Monthly 
meetings include various speakers and 
tours. Also, members are invited to the 
monthly gatherings of the Mississippi 
Northeast Subsection IEEE Branch at 
which a dinner is always provided. These 
meetings allow students to converse with 
professional engineers about career op- 
portunities, recent technical ad- 
vancements, and other topics of interest 
to the student. The big event each year 
for IEEE is called Southeastcon which is a 
national meeting of members from dif- 
ferent states. These conferences are held 
in a different state each year and include 
social events, contests, and informative 
speakers. 




ROW 1: Adolfo R. Quan, Sharon Guy, Fran Mitchell, 
Marie May, Jennifer Foster, Lecersia Shields, Duane 
Driver, Michael L. Lenoir, John McCord, Len E. Elam, 
Rob Coffey. ROW 2: Richard Borden, John N. Fryer, 



Jennie Nelson, Joanne Crager, Richard S. Struss, 
Darryl Dykes, Adrianne Morgan, Erich Osborne, 
Carol McCallum, Gary A. Pryor, Jerry D. Tanner. 
ROW 3: Tom Lestrade, Robert Barrett, David 



Scott Norwood 



Gelet, Tony Lee, Duane Sistrunk, Tommy Ladner, 
Dr. Jim Akers, Chris Jones, Victor Cliney, Eric 
Welch, Steven Daniel, John F. Wolverton. 






Organizations/ 263 





Brit Katz, adviser; Keith Currie; Stacey Goff, Vice 
President; Dave Giles, President; Hank Blum, Jr., 
Sec.-Treas.; Murry Weaver, IFC Vice President; 



Nickey Raines; Robert Pate; Steve Brummett; Jim- 
my Only; Bruce Habel; Tim Parks; David 
Mangialardi; Mike Gordon; Hugh Beckham. 



There are many advantages to be gained by the 
men who associate themselves with a Greek 
organization, not the least of which is the opportuni- 
ty of leadership rights. A seat in the Junior Inter- 
Fraternity Council is one of the most prominent posi- 
tions of leadership that can be held by a new 
member of a fraternity at M.S.U. 

Not only is a position on the Jr. I.F.C. important 
to the development of each individual's character, 
but it also serves as a training ground for men to 
learn more about the operations of the I.F.C., which, 
when coupled with the interactions that are en- 
couraged among fraternities and the friendships that 
are formed between future leaders of individual 
fraternities, will insure the continued success of 
Greek life at M.S.U. There is, however, more to this I 
organization than just work. The Jr. I.F.C. also coor- 
dinates, along with Jr. Panhellenic, several social 
and fundraising projects throughout the semester. 

The idea behind the Jr. I.F.C. is the betterment of 
M.S.U.'s Greek society as a whole. And with proper 
utilization, it will become one of the I.F.C. 's most 
abundant resources of capable future leaders. 





FIRST ROW: Catherine Harlan; Krista Carter; 
Suzanne Spell, President; Melanie Steen. SECOND 
ROW: Maurice Stockton; Dean Zachary; Bob 



Homer; David Jackson. NOT PICTURED: Karen 
Robinson. 



KAPPA PI is an International honorary 
Art Fraternity with 156 chapters. The Epsilon 
Phi chapter of MSU encourages art majors to 
strive for academic excellence through close 
working relationships among themselves and 
with the art department faculty. Membership 
is open to men and women with six art hours 
who have maintained a 3.0 in art. 

During the Fall the members make a major 
field trip. In the past years they've gone to 
Chicago to see the galleries and to the New 
Orleans World Fair. Throughout the year, 
students take shorter field trips to the galleries 
in nearby cities. December always marks the 
annual Kappa Pi Art Show sponsored by the 
students. In the Spring there is a camping trip 
and the Annual Student/Faculty Softball 
Game and Cookout. Occasionally, former 
students make presentations to the members 
and give them advice about the art field. Dur- 
ing the year, the members are involved for the 
art department as well as other departments. 
Recently, the students made and sold Art 
Department T-shirts as well as painted murals 
in the Art building hallways. 



264 / Organizations 



LAMBDA SIGMA SOCIET 




Lambda Sigma Society is a national 
honor society composed of both men and 
women from the sophomore class. Each 
year fifty outstanding freshmen are 
chosen to become members. The selec- 
tion process is based on interviews with 
second semester freshmen having a 3.0 
QPA or better. 

The men and women of Lambda 
Sigma Society pledge to promote leader- 
ship, scholarship, fellowship, and service. 
These goals are realized through par- 
ticipation in both campus and community 
projects organized during the year. 



FIRST ROW: Brit Katz, Adviser; Robbie Murphey, 
Treasurer; Dave Giles, President; Jeff Slaughter, Vice- 
President; Randall Dong, Editor. SECOND ROW: 
Cheslie Speegle; Maria Megehee; Vernice Brown; Wen- 
dy Weems; Judi Stubbs; John Moore; Keith Currie. 
THIRD ROW: Walter Perez; Angie Bouchillon; Terri 



Buster; Rita McClellan; Beth Coxington; Stephanie 
Tyner; Richard E. Clatterbuck. FOURTH ROW: 
Brian Lampkin; John DeGrote; Roxie Hightower; 
John Vozzo, Jr.; Tom Broome; Steve Porter. 




Landscape Architecture is a design 
profession, which is concerned with the 
harmonious relationship of man to his en- 
vironment. A student of the landscape ar- 
chitecture discipline learns to apply the 
design process to discover how physical 
installations upon the land in a fashion 
that accommodates man, functionally 
and aesthetically, and complements the 
environment. 

The ASLA strives to impress upon its 
members the importance of their profes- 
sion and to always be aware of the need 
for constant improvement. ASLA 
students are expected to participate in a 
one week major, regional, or nation-wide 
departmental field trip at their own ex- 
pense and to consult with an advisor in 
choosing electives. 



FIRST ROW: Alan Hoops; Frank Henegan, Jr. Rep; 
Pete Wilkerson, V-Pres.; Chuck Kelly, Sec; Leigh Ann 
O'Neal, Pres.; Jeff Robbins, Treasurer. SECOND 
ROW: Chris Shaman; Jeffrey Wilson; Sean Patton; 



Thurm Givan; Kris C. Anthes. THIRD ROW: Hugh 
Coker; Gary Maygood, Soph. Rep.; Brad Swanzy; 
D. K. Callahan. 



Organizations / 265 





FIRST ROW: M. Lee, Vice President; Adrian Cur- 
tis, President; Kim Woodard, Priscilla Price. SE- 



COND ROW-. Eric Fox, Noble Phillips. 



The Mad Dogs of Mississippi State Univer- 
sity is a new organization that was formed 
for the purpose of supporting Mississippi 
State University Athletic Programs. The 
organization started when the Student 
Association, in conjunction with the Athletic 
Department, decided to form an organiza- 
tion that would support and promote en- 
thusiasm among Mississippi State University 
students at our basketball games. However, 
when classified as a committee under the 
Student Association, the members decided 
that they not only wanted to promote spirit 
at basketball games, but wanted to promote 
enthusiasm at all the athletic programs; and 
also they decided they wanted to be an 
organization on the campus instead of re- 
maining a committee under the Student 
Association. 

They are very proud to announce that in 
November, Mississippi State University will 
become one of the first schools in the SEC 
with a "FLASH CARD" section for basket- 
ball. Among having a flash card section, the 
Mad Dogs also are going to be involved in 
sponsoring many activities throughout the 
school year. 





FIRST ROW: Lori Graves, Dianne Dietz, Suzanne 
Livingston, Beth Jay, Dee Ann Ogletree, Cheryl 
Perry, Kim Thomason, Angie Cushman. Polly Ann 
Watt, Katie Smith, Tammy Fitzpatrick, Tish Bowie, 
Monica Randolph, Jennifer Verona. SECOND 
ROW: Shelia Lawrence, Jackie Hampton, Dottie 
Prestel. Nancy Brooks, Linda Cameron, Nancy 
Martin. Tammy Carver. Meredith Phillips, Sharon 
Singley, Holly Bishop. Naome Kobayakawa, 
Maureen Mullins. Cindy Welch, Brenda Williams, 
Leigh Anne Weeks. Kara Longmire, Amy Hall. 



THIRD ROW: Theresa Jefferson, Brenda Coleman, 
Ann Porada, Nancy Hardy. Laurie Megginson, San- 
dra Granger, Regina Dean, Marty Sessums, Paige 
Soresom, lisa Antoine, Kim Morrison, Stephanie 
Sheppard, Jean Nunnery, Susan Scott, Beth Bovck, 
Audra Randolph, Angie McKee, Kimberly Inkster, 
Lee Shellman. FOURTH ROW: Kat Anthes, RHD; 
Avis Mullins, Leann Ross, Renee Skogen, Sandra 
Desrochers, Carroll Ann Maynor, Chandra Furches, 
Julie Work. 



McKee is more than a place to stay. It is a 
marker for new beginnings. Students en- 
counter new friends, experiences and en- 
thusiasm in an air of MSU tradition when 
they move into McKee their freshman year. 
McKee has an active Hall Council which sup- 
ports academic achievement via academic 
programs and tutorial services within the 
hall. Entertainment is provided through 
MOVIE MADNESS WEEKENDS, DANCES, 
PARTIES, and COOKOUTS. PANTY 
RAIDS are a traditional encounter as are 
theme parties. This year McKee sponsored 
a HAWAIIAN LUAU with Duggar Hall; a 
JUNGLE PARTY with Hightower Hall and 
the traditional CASINO PARTY with 
Sessums Hall. McKee provides an oppor- 
tunity for all to get involved. Most will agree 
that THE PLACE TO BE IS MCKEE! 



266 / Organizations 



METHODIST CENTER 




FIRST ROW: Helen Seid; Ramon Callahan; Alison 
McKee; Cheryl McKee; Leanne Miller; Dian Seid. SE- 
COND ROW: Lesa Davis; Kelly Thomell; Scott 
Carpenter; Kenneth Shell; Laura Dukeminier; Linda 
McMahon; Kathy Wright; Carol Murff. THIRD ROW: 
Raggy Ragsdale; Jack Covington; Thomas Broome; 



Jimmy Stephens; Penny Lott; Rubyanne Andress; 
Stefan Bourn; Diane Abies; Eddie Betcher; David 
Poland. FOURTH ROW: David Ezell; Bruce 
Knobbe; Ed Saunders; Frank Williams; Jeff 
Cowden; Larry Brown; Larry Cannon. 



le Wesley foundation is the United 
Methodist Church serving the University 
students through a program of relevant 
Christian worship, thought and action. 
The activities of the Foundation are plan- 
ned and carried out by the students 
through the Student Council. 

Wesley provides opportunities for 
WORSHIP that give the inner stability 
and orientation to God. This is their prin- 
cipal ministry to the spiritual life. 

Wesley provides opportunities for the 
STUDY of their faith and its relevance to 
everyday living. 

Wesley provides opportunities for 
FELLOWSHIP — the fellowship of fun, 
responsibility, understanding, and ser- 
vice. This is their principal ministry to the 
social life. 

Their doors are open to everyone at all 
times. COME ON IN! 

Who belongs? You and all other 
students of United Methodist preference. 
They are ecumenical and welcome per- 
sons of different faith and denomination. 



MSUA 



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FIRST ROW: Greg Thomas; Gabriela Kaiser, V-Pres.; 
Andy McClure, Treasurer; Ralph Allen, President. 
SECOND ROW: Jim Hairston, Advisor; Charles 



Vaughan, Advisor; Loston Rowe; Brent Turnipseed, 
Secretary; Channel! Mike; Lavelle Walley; Sam 
Garris; Harold L. Peterson, Advisor. 



The Agronomy Club is a member of 
the Student Activities Subdivision of the 
American Society of Agronomy and was 
chartered in 1937. 

The club is composed of students ma- 
joring in Agronomy and those with an in- 
terest in Agronomy. The objectives of the 
club are to promote professionalism, in- 
crease knowledge, and encourage 
fellowship among the membership and 
the faculty. 

They are also assembling a collection 
of weed seed which they sell to resear- 
chers and chemical companies for testing 
and screening their products. At present, 
they have prickly sida, johnsongrass, cof- 
feeweed, morning glory, cocklebur, 
pigweed, and hemp sesbania. 

Last summer, the Agronomy Club was 
able to send 4 delegates to the National 
American Society of Agronomy conven- 
tion in Washington, D.C. This trip ena- 
bled members of the club to participate in 
their . national organization, learn more 
about the Agronomy programs at other 
universities, and to see the nation's 
Capital. 






Organizations / 267 




FIRST ROW: Mrs. Mary E. Johnson, MAJ(P) Laroy, 
Rushing, 2LT James T. Wood, SFC Paul E. 
Nadeau, Mrs. Gwen B. Mills. SECOND ROW: MSG 



Joseph B. Hill, MSG James F. Pfost, SFC Donald J. 
Quackenbush, MAJ John R. Kravchonok, MAJ 
Gustav W. Franke, SSG Byron L. Busam. THR1D 



ROW: SGM Melvin Walker, MAJ David J. Webb, 
CPT Richard P. Gebhart, LTC Warren K. Harris, 
CPT Andrew F. Vail, CPT James A. Chladek. 



The Reserve Officers' Training Corps 
consists of students enrolled in a 
volunteer Military Science program 
designed to enhance the student's educa- 
tional process by providing unique and 
challenging leadership and management 
experiences. It is open to both male and 
female students. For those who meet the 
qualifications, participating in the ROTC 
program could lead to a commission as an 
officer in the Reserves, the National 
Guard or active duty after graduation. 

The Military Science curriculum con- 



sists of two phases: The Basic and Ad- 
vanced Courses. The Basic Course is nor- 
mally taken by freshmen and sophomores 
but is open to all students. It consists of 
classroom instruction and required op- 
tional practicums. A wide variety of prac- 
ticums are offered, including marksman- 
ship, woodland skills, mountaineering, 
jogging, and martial arts. 

After the first two years of the Basic 
Course, eligible students may elect to 
continue into the Advanced Course. It 
consists of classroom instruction and a 



leadership lab. It is during this period that 
the student receives a monthly 
allowance. The Advanced Course also in- 
cludes a five week advanced camp bet- 
ween the student's junior and senior 
years. Qualified students may elect to at- 
tend Airborne, Ranger or Air Assault 
Training. 

The complete program involves both in 
and out of class instruction; unlike strictly 
academic subjects, the program stresses 
active participation and application of 
principles. 






268 / Organizations 



MSU COLLEGIATE DEC A 




FIRST ROW: Tammie Carson; Andrita Bishop. SE- 
COND ROW: Anna M. Marshall; Michelle Johnson; 
Cheryl Lynn Nash, President; Jamie Baylot. THIRD 



ROW: Kendall Mowdy; Mark Akers; Gregg Shef- 
field; Robby Jernigan; Dennis P. Asker Jr. 



The Distributive Education Clubs of 
America (DECA) is a national organization 
designed to promote students in the field of 
marketing and distribution. The members 
of MSU DECA attended the Southern 
Regional conference in Biloxi, MS on Oc- 
tober 19-21. Various workshops held at the 
conference were designed to further 
develop leadership qualities, civic con- 
sciousness, and promote social understan- 
ding. Social activities planned by the group 
for MDE majors provided a break from 
studies. These included a get-acquainted 
barbeque, Spud-Fest "84," a Halloween 
Bonfire Party, and a Christmas Ball. The 
goal of MSU DECA is to be actively in- 
volved in campus events and to serve as a 
contributing factor to campus life. DECA 
was involved in Discovery Day by providing 
information about MDE to prospective 
freshmen, obtaining information for seniors 
in the MDE job market, and by stressing the 
importance of involvement in professional 
business organizations. 



MSUE 




FIRST ROW: Steve Young, Pres.; Roland Woodard, V- 
Pres.; Glenda Warren, Sec; Scott Williams, Treas. 
SECOND ROW: Connie Former; Don Cool; Melvin 
Creel; Deirda Joiner. THIRD ROW: Mike Linkey; 



Joe Cole; Laura Bilbro; Joby Bennett. FOURTH 
ROW: Larry Lynch; Tracy Smith; Richard Ruff; 
Tom Broome. 



The MSU Engineering Student Council is com- 
posed of elected officers and representatives of 
each Engineering Department. The President of 
the Engineering Student Council has a seat on 
the Engineering Administrative Committee, thus 
giving the students a voice in the decision-making 
process of the college. The primary purpose of 
the Council is to serve as the intermediary bet- 
ween the Engineering student body and the ad- 
ministration of the University. This year's goals 
for the Council are to promote better com- 
munication between the students, faculty and the 
various departments; to build pride in MSU and 
its College of Engineering; and to secure funds 
for the College. Annual events of the Council in- 
clude coordinating study sessions and publicity 
for the E.I.T. exam, supporting National 
Engineer's Week, establishing a college-wide 
newsletter, sponsoring the Engineering College's 
Student-Faculty awards banquet, coordinating 
the Engineering Hall of Fame selection, en- 
couraging departmental interaction through 
technical society competitions and sponsoring a 
spring picnic. These events offer the engineering 
student an outlet from the demanding 
curriculum. 



Organizations / 269 



ICULTURE 




Founded for the purpose of encouraging 
the study and practice of the many aspects 
of Horticulture, the MSU Horticulture Club 
conducts the annual Homecoming Corsage 
Sale in conjunction with the Retail Floristry 
Club. In addition, the club was honored to 
host the Collegiate Branch of the American 
Society of Horticulture Sciences during their 
annual meeting in Biloxi. Their efforts for 
this meeting consisted of a social and a field 
trip to Flowerwood for all Collegiate Branch 
members. Many club members also par- 
ticipate in the active recruitment of new 
students for the Horticulture Department 
through the distribution of literature and the 
attendance at college and high school 
functions. 



FIRST ROW: Melissa Gibbs; Melinda McNeill; Jeff 
Howell; Mary VanWart; Joal Hudsan, Sec-Treas.; 
Susan Tenney. SECOND ROW: Robert McCain, 



Pres.; Alicia McCain; Allan Howze, V-Pres.; Brad 
Bullock; Scott J. Brenkert. THIRD ROW: Liester A. 
Estes, Jr. — Advisor; Romin LaLone; Mike Burrell. 



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FIRST ROW: Mark Kelley; Paul Cook; Robert D. 
Jennings; Craig H. Sieber; Thurm Givan; Phil 
Cates; John Haile. SECOND ROW: Mike Canoy; 
David Thomas; Ron Breland; Angela Santord; Mac 



Long; Bill Watkins; Jeff Walker. THIRD ROW: An- 
dy Skoog; Don Jarrart; Joyce Manzago; Mike 
Stephens; Bob Callaway, Advisor. 



The Landscape Contracting Club is open 
to majors in Landscape Contracting and 
other related fields and is dedicated to the 
promotion of its members throughout the 
landscape industry. The Landscape Con- 
tracting Club serves this purpose by hosting 
several prominent industry leaders on cam- 
pus each semester. 



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FIRST ROW: Alice Fulton; Ester Oakley; Laura Pund; 
Shari Lee; Kirsti Loicama; Aden Brackett. SECOND 
ROW: Becky Beattie; Tammy Gordy; Amy Callaway; 
Cindy Hardin; Linda Moore; Dotty Foster; Connie 
Lucas; Sara Martin; Stacey My rick; Renee Briscoe. 



THIRD ROW: Amy Smith; Amy Harper; Lee Anne 
Griffin; Tracy Taylor; Tina Griffin; Ann Brumfield; 
Jeannie Cousineau; Vicki McMaster; Lori Byrd. 
NOT PICTURED: Melissa Tyre; Tirey Gutherie. 



The main purpose of the Matchmates 
was to promote and assist the men's ten- 
nis team. Being one of the first organiza- 
tions of its kind among the SEC schools, 
the Matchmates scored home tennis 
matches and provided assistance to the 
players during matches. Members of the 
Matchmates squad had to have a general 
knowledge of the sport of tennis, en- 
thusiasm, and personality. 

The Matchmates promoted spirit by 
hanging spirit signs at home matches and 
attending tennis practices. They were 
each assigned a "racket buddy" so they 
could get to know the team members bet- 
ter and make the players from out of 
state or abroad feel at home. 



MSU ROADR 




FIRST ROW: Pattie Frazier; Lori Laney; Steve Young; 
Candy Clanton; Suzanne Paul; Beth Dear; Frank 
Tillery. SECOND ROW: Jackie Hampton; Susan 
Hutchinson; Suzanne Speights; Glenda Watren; Sharon 
Devine; Lisa Grice. THIRD ROW: Phyllis Blackwell; 
Karen Smith; Ashleigh Arnold; Cindy Guess; Rebecca 
Cristil; Millie Holliday. FOURTH ROW: Annette 



Beigstiom; Camille Stone; Toni Jackson; Annette 
Martin; Deana Smith; Evelyn Willford. FIFTH 
ROW: Cathy McComas; Heather Davis; Sandy 
Vanderender; Leslie Conner; Susan Swoope; Will 
Cooper. SIXTH ROW: Bob Stanley; Ben Worsham; 
Fred Burns; Ann Bryant; Marianne Barnett; Kevin 
Dagle. 



The Roadrunners is a student organiza- 
tion comprised of 45-50 members who 
are interested in helping future students. 
Working with the Office of College and 
School Relations, Roadrunners provide a 
personal link between high school 
students, transfer students, and the 
university. The Roadrunners visit high 
schools and junior colleges around the 
state, give campus tours, and participate 
in Discovery MSU. The Roadrunners call 
and write prospective students and serve 
as hosts and hostesses for various univer- 
sity functions. Since the organization's 
founding in 1979, it has developed into a 
positive information source for the 
university. 



Organizations / 271 



BOARD 



The Mississippi State University 
Fashion Board was organized in the 
Spring of 1972 to stimulate fashion 
awareness on and off campus and to pro- 
mote MSU through recruiting and host ef- 
forts. Board members are selected 
through tryouts which are open to all in- 



terested students. 

The purpose of the Fashion Board is 
not only to provide Fashion awareness in 
the immediate area of the university, but 
to foster good relations between fellow 
students, organizations, and guests who 
visit the campus. The Fashion Board is 



the Mississippi State University hospitali- 
ty group to welcome guests on campus. 

The students participating in this 
organization have the benefits of meeting 
new people, making good social contacts, 
and promoting Mississippi State Universi- 
ty to prospective students. 




FIRST ROW: Liz Wells; Cindy Campbell; Susan 
Shirley; Annette Martin; Haley Andrews; Tanza 
Culpepper. SECOND ROW: LeeAnn Parham; 
Yvette Barrilleaux; Christie Clarke; Tyra Johnson; 



Mary Lee Hammond; Debbie Williams. THIRD 
ROW: Diana Parrish; Shawana Brewer; Carla 
Reese; Elizabeth Henderson; Greta Gripenstraw; 



Scott Waller — All 



Linda Romney. FOURTH ROW: Stacey Sweden- 
burg; Bubba Carroll; John Bourgeois; Jim Johnston; 
Doug Davis; Andres Citti. 



272 / Organizations 



MEW MODELS 




FIRST ROW: Lori Coleman; Jennifer Dale; Sheila 
Pitchford; Malerise Hortimer; Trisha Mullins; Leah 
Wheat. SECOND ROW: Jennifer Zepplin; Juanita 
Eaves; Sarah Stewart; Jacqueline Wallace; Lacy 
Amis; Lillie Shaw. THIRD ROW: Stephanie 
Hathcock; Deann Dillingham; Felisha McKinley; 
Becky Howell; Anita Morgan; Stephanie Cun- 
ningham. FOURTH ROW: John Malone; Todd 
Brandon; Alex Damalas; Richard Adair; Kevin 
King; Bill Carpenter. Not Shown: Jenni Jenkins. 




FIRST ROW: Annette Martin, Public Relations; 
Christie Clark, Treasurer; Lee Ann Parham, Re- 
cording Secretary; Cindy Campbell, Vice President. 
SECOND ROW: Elizabeth Henderson, President; 
Greta Gripenstraw. 



Organizations / 273 



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CNAIT 




FIRST ROW: Michael C. Virgil; Randy Dunnam; 
Jimmy Kennedy; Jerry Gilliland; Max Miller. SEC- 
OND ROW: Phil Piper; Willie Veasley; Phillip Karr; 
Brad Wigginton; Edmond Rawls; Gerald Rich- 



ardson, Sponsor. THIRD ROW: Mike Thrailkill; 
John M. Evans; David Martin; Gerald Scarbrough; 
Brian Trulove. 



The MSU Student Chapter of the Na- 
tional Association of Industrial Technology 
(NAIT) is composed of students from the 
three branches of Industrial Technology: 
Computing Applications, General Industry j 
and Industrial Distribution. 

The objectives of this society are to pro- 
mote public and industrial awareness of this 
new and expanding field, prepare students 
for professional careers in Industrial 
Technology and create fellowship between 
students. 

The society is involved in a wide variety of! 
programs to achieve its goals. Participation! 
in MSU Discovery, along with periodical, 
presentations at local high schools help pro-i 
mote the curricula. Students in the associa-' 
tion are kept abreast of future career oppor-j 
tunities from visiting professionals in the 
field and from literature distributed by thei 
national association. 





FIRST ROW: Michelle Fulcher; Nancy Strahan; 
Leigh Howell, Director; Beth Jay. SECOND ROW: 
Marlene Matthews, Promotion; Leslie Turner, 



Suzanne Spell 



Artists Relations; Danny Akers, Tickets. THIRD 
ROW: Andy Dyess; Jeff Smith; Maida Morgan, 
Promotions. 



Music Makers is an organization made up 
of trained students who work together as a 
team to plan and promote concerts on the 
MSU campus. The organization is made upi 
of 13 members. Membership is determined! 
through attrition and multi-interview 
process. 

In a period of ten years the concert com-i 
mittee has evolved from an eight-member 
Union music committee with a budget of ai 
few thousand dollars, to the present 13-1 
member group known as Music Maker Pro-i 
ductions with a budget of $100,000.00. 

A contributing factor in the success of this 
organization is outstanding facilities on the 
MSU campus. Major concerts take place im 
Humphrey Coliseum, seating 10,411 at 
capacity. Small concerts and individual acts 
are held in the Union ballroom and in the 
lobby of the Union building. 

Activities sponsored by this professionally 
trained group include: Kool and the Gang; 
The Dazz Band; .38 Special; The Oak Ridge 
Boys; Huey Lewis and the News; Alabama; 
The Go-Gos; Petra; Michael Iceburg; and 
The Butterfly Man. 



274 / Organizations 



PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS 




^IRST ROW: Jackie Fong, Pub. Coord.; Cindy Jones, 
Recording Sec; Thomas Broome, ESC Rep.; Jim Bell, 
••resident; Angela Dunnam, Corres. Sec; Duane 
Driver, Treasurer; David Gelet, Vice Pres. SECOND 
?OW: Jennifer Foster; Lecersia Shields; Virginia Joe; 



Bohra Goutham; Julie Broome; Jeff Seave. THIRD 
ROW: Randy Thrash; Robert Barrett; Gary A. 
Pryor; Tony Vozzo; Melvin B. Creel; Tom 
Lestrade. 



The Mississippi State University stu- 
dent Chapter of the National Society of 
Professional Engineers (NSPE) is af- 
filiated with the Mississippi Engineering 
Society (MES). Major projects of the 
society this year are the promotion of stu- 
dent certification through taking the 
Engineer-in-training Examination, the 
hosting at MSU of a district MATH- 
COUNTS competition for junior high 
school students, the passage of a 
legislative appropriation of supplemen- 
tary funds for engineering faculty salaries 
and laboratory equipment, and the spon- 
sorship of Engineer's Week to increase 
public awareness of the role of engineers 
in today's society. 



NEWMAN CLUB 




•1RST ROW: Mike OConnor, Tina Braun; Drbra 
4cTaggart; Sharon Hoke; Owen Francis, President. 
5ECOND ROW: Greg Hays, Claudia Martinez; Maria 
'. Bendana; Cathy Thompson; Callista Bennett; Tracey 
^obb; Brenda Lane, Vice President; Andrea Brown. 
rHIRD ROW: Fred Bonemps; Keith Pitre; Valerie 
Vebb; Mike Weisenberger; Terry O'Connor; Janet 
Jiediger; Niki Clement; Renee Clement; Mary Bianca; 



Sandy Park, Treasurer; Patrick Bradston. 
FOURTH ROW: Eric Laiche; Gene Canova; Ricky 
Lane; Victoria C. Carey; Suzanne Waits; Deslree 
Beyer; Rob Grimes; Todd Bonin; Mark Rabalais; 
Rev. Charles Bucciantini; Kelly Robinson. Not Pic- 
tured: Terry Asher, Secretary; Rev. Henry Shelton; 
Ed and Elaine White, Advisors. 



The Newman Club is the Catholic Stu- 
dent organization at Mississippi State 
University. Their purpose is to enhance 
the spiritual growth of the student as well 
as provide a social outlet for them. Every 
Catholic student is a member of this 
widespread organization which was 
founded by Cardinal Newman in 1883. 

Newman Club meetings, which are 
held weekly at St. Joseph Catholic 
Center, consist of guest speakers and a 
bible study. Throughout the semester the 
Newman Club has events that add to the 
fellowship of the students. During the Fall 
they have several social events which in- 
clude canoe trips and Trick or Treat for 
UNICEF. During the Spring the Newman 
Club sponsors a retreat and their annual 
trip to Sahillo, Mexico to bring clothing, 
medicine, and other necessities to the 
poverty-stricken people in the area. 

The Newman Club works at involving 
the students in the Church by offering 
participation in various service projects. 



Organizations / 275 



OMEGA CHI EPSILON 




FIRST ROW: Charles Bontemps, President; June 
Scott, Treasurer; Angela Summers, Secretary; 
Mike Smith, Vice President. SECOND ROW: 
Florence Henry; Chrystal Perrett; Scott A. 
Williams; Roland Woodard. THIRD ROW: Jack 
Perrett; Diane Dodson; Glenn Jue; Clyde Taylor; 



Glenda Warren; Brenda Lane; Sharon Hoke. 
FOURTH ROW: George Lightsey; R. B. Luke; John 
A. Swims; Clayton H. Pace; Leon Bass. FIFTH 
ROW: Jeffery E. Todd; Leigh Richardson; Robert 
Nelms. 



Omega Chi Epsilon is the nationa 
Chemical Engineering Honor Society. Th< 
purpose is to promote high scholarship, en 
courage original investigation in chemica 
engineering, and recognize the valuabh 
traits of character, integrity, and leadership 
The society serves the Chemical Engineer 
ing Department and undergraduate anc 
graduate students. It fosters meaningfu 
faculty-student dialogue within the chemica 
engineering department. 

Mississippi State's Alpha Eta chapter wa« 
established on April 11, 1978. Juniors anc 
seniors who meet the standards of scholar 
ship are inducted each spring and fal 
semesters. The activities of the Alpha EU 
chapter include providing chemica. 
engineering-related magazines for the stu 
dent lounge, coordinating a spring clean-uj 
for Etheridge Chemical Engineering 
building, writing letters to prospectivt 
chemical engineering students and to cor 
porate industry who provide the departmen 
funds, and administering outstanding stu 
dent and faculty awards. 



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LTA KAPP 




FIRST ROW: John Rochat; Quilster Hill; Steve 
Cooper; Candy Clanton; Jay Curry; Beth McGrath 
Rebecca Barnum; Suzanne Harris. SECOND ROW 
Jay Milton; Amy Tuck; We McCann; Janet Soul 
Christie Clark; Suzanne Loftis. THIRD ROW: David 
Martin; Cindy Shoof; Dodd Denton; Ben Morgan; 



Celia Cook; Camille Stone; Lori Kimble; Karen 
Thomas. FOURTH ROW: Irene Dumas; Jeff 
Weeks; Guy See; Norman Ford; Todd Mullins; John 
Brown; Tim Clements. FIFTH ROW: Steve Winsett; 
Mike Agee; Scott Ferguson; Barry Bridgeforth; 
Larkin Carter; Clay Sykes; Murray Weaver. 



Omicron Delta Kappa, or "ODK" as it h 
popularly known, is a National Leadershij 
Honorary founded in 1914. The founder 
formulated the idea that leadership of ex 
ceptional quality and versatility in colleg< 
should be recognized and that the mos 
representative students in all phases of col 
legiate life should cooperate to create ar 
organization which would help mold the sen 
timent of the university. ODK places em 
phasis upon the development of the whol* 
person, both as a present member of his col 
lege community and as a prospective con 
tributor to a better society. The Societ; 
believes that it is not enough to be merely < 
"scholar"; other indispensable qualities 
have to be cultivated also. 

The Alpha Chi Circle of ODK was found' 
ed at Mississippi State in 1937. Membershii 
is open to juniors and seniors who have ob 
tained the high standards set forth by it:' 
founders. 



276 / Organizations 



ORDER OF THE OMEGA 




)rder of Omega recognizes those 
students who have attained a high stan- 
dard of leadership in inter-Greek ac- 
tivities, encourages them to continue 
along this line, and to inspire others to 
strive for similar attainment. The Order 
of Omega brings together the most 
representative fraternity and sorority 
members to create an organization which 
will help to mold the sentiment of the in- 
stitution on a basis of mutual interest, 
understanding, and helpfulness. 



FIRST ROW: Kristie Byrne, Advisor; Susan 
Duckworth; Ann Bryant; Irene Dumas; Lee Anne Grif- 
fin, Vice President. SECOND ROW: Tommy Pilgrim; 



Rob Rieves; Bobby Bateman; Kirk Reid, President, 
THIRD ROW: Fred Cinnon; David Hopkins; Jim 
Paxton. 



PHI BETA LAM 




FIRST ROW: Sherry Phillips; Lisa Childs; Lucille Bar- 
■entine; Cindy Cox; Nan Rushing; Lisa Fowlkes; Donna 
McBride; Anita Peterson. SECOND ROW: Rita Dolilis, 
Co-Sponsor; Mark Wallace, Vice President; Carol 
Murff, Vice President; Gloria Toney, Secretary; Judy 



Groves, Treasurer; Rose Shields, Reporter; Lesa 
Davis, Historian; John Mark Brown; Eva Gaddis, 
Sponsor. THIRD ROW: NOT PICTURED: Jill Fon- 
dren, Vice President; Lauri Huskison, Parliamen- 
tarian; Peggy Holliday. 



The purpose of Phi Beta Lambda is to 
provide opportunities for postsecondary 
and college students to develop voca- 
tional competencies for business and of- 
fice occupations as well as business 
teacher education. Phi Beta Lambda pro- 
motes a sense of civic and personal 
responsibility by developing aggressive 
business leadership and by strengthening 
the confidence of students in themselves 
and their work. Perhaps most important- 
ly, Phi Beta Lambda serves to facilitate 
the transition from school to work by 
assisting students in the establishment of 
occupational goals while fostering an 
understanding of American business 
enterprises. 



Organizations / 277 



OSOPHY CLUB 




FRONT ROW: Charles Arnold; Mark Shcaly, 
Secretary-Treasurer; Angie Hilton, Pres.; Sarah 
Brooks. BACK ROW: Joe Shrock; John Dixon, 



Vice-Pres.; Joe Seger, Advisor; John T. Breazeale; 
Dave Davis. 



The Philosophy Club welcomes in- 
dividuals from all fields of study to par- 
ticipate in discussions designed to broaden 
the perspectives of their special fields of 
study as well as others. Its guest speakers, 
not limited to philosophical foundations only, 
present knowledgeable and enlightening 
views of their various fields designed to pro- 
mote thought and discussion. The 
Philosophy Club is a means for integrating 
the components of education into a coherent 
and consistent synthesis — an understand- 
ing of "how the world is." Investigation of 
the traditional and profound questions that i 
have occupied scholars throughout the 
history of ideas. 

Being a departmentally based club, the 
Philosophy Club participates in annual pro- | 
grams both at MSU and at other universities, j 
Some of these functions include Discovery 
MSU and The Mississippi Philosophy 
Association Meetings. We have guest 
speakers as well as student presentations. ' 
The Philosophy Club is open to all students | 
and faculty members at Mississippi State 
University. 



ISTERS 




There are Pledge-Little Sister get- 
togethers, an annual Halloween Carnival, j 
and Sunday night pot luck suppers, among 
many other activities which are organized to 
promote the fraternity and help unite the 
brotherhood. They were formed in order to 
promote a program of service and friendship 
consistent with the ideals and purpose of the 
Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity. 



FIRST ROW: Renee Lewis; Cathy Boyd; Dana Bon- 
ney, Secretary-Treasurer; Joy Hardy, Vice- 
President; Dianne Blanton, President. SECOND 
ROW: Janet Houston; Lynne Peden; Misty Polk; 



Tina White; Carole Donald. THIRD ROW: Michelle 
Perry; Maria Cavazos; Allison Freeman; Barbara 
Runnels. 



278 / Organizations 



PHI ETA SIGMA 



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racy M. Abraham 
Lisa Ann Arthur 
Delmon Ervin Ashcraft 
Richard Wayne Aust 
Janice Kay Aycock 
Julie Elizabeth Barber 
Sarah Elizabeth Barlow 
Loraine Barton 
Robyn LuAnne Boland 
Orlando Alexander Borst 
Angie Theresa Bouchillon 
Steven Shawn Boyd 
Thomas Redman Brockway 
Thomas Houston Broome 
Michael West Brown 
Jamie H. Bullock 
Jackey Ode Burrell 
Teresa Diane Buster 
Chris Robin Caffey 
William Steven Carroll 
Richard Elwood Clatterbuck 
Jana Nannette Cooper 
Sandra P. Crawford 
Robert R. Criss 
Emily Catherine Dabney 
Deborah Lyn Dale 
Jack Nathan Davis 
Byron Randall Dong 
Eduardo Enrique Drake 
Tammy Lyn Dykes 
Tisha Jenan Ferguson 
Brian Kent Friloux 
Scott Michael Furbeck 



Phi Eta Sigma is a national freshman 
honorary open to all freshmen with at 
least a 3.5 gpa for either their first or 
second semester at Mississippi State 
University. Annually an initiation and a 
banquet for new members is held. Phi Eta 
Sigma also distributes guides for the 
development of good study habits. This 
past year several members attended the 
National Phi Eta Sigma convention in 
Athens, Georgia. 



FIRST ROW: Rebecca Hoover, Vice President; 
Florrie Pedrick, Secretary. SECOND ROW: Frank 
Williams, President. Not Pictured: Steve Boyd, 
Treasurer. 






Mike Doyle 



S. Gaye Garrett 
David James Gelet 
Ralph B. Germany 
Ginger Robin Graham 
Marcus Wayne Gregg 
Jeffrey Kent Gregory 
David Robert Griffin 
Judith K. Groves 
Gary Alan Haygood 
Lee Emmett Herring 
Roxanne Lee Hightower 
Kenneth Miles Hill 
Dan Allen Hodges III 
Rebecca Windsor Hoover 
Laura Keigh Humphreys 
Patrick Bruce Johnston 
Amy L. Kemp 
Alan Scott King 
Natalie Ann Lambert 
Richard Allen Lane 
James Kevin Langston 
Howard Steven Littell 
Paul Bruce Matthews 
Karen Elaine Martin 
Rita Kay McClellan 
John William McCraine 
Jerilynn McGill 
Martha Maria Megehee 
Bradley Paul Messer 
Elizabeth Ryan Metts 
Melanie Carol Miller 
Hal Bailey Moncrief 
Benjamin Mahlon Morgan, Jr. 



Robbie Raines Murphey 
Karen Marie Ownbey 
Lisa Carol Stevens 
Deanna Lea Palmer 
Sandra Marie Park 
Atlie Marie Payne 
Florrie Elizabeth Pedrick 
Walter Bernard Perez III 
Terry Wayne Perry 
Steven Mark Porter 
Karen Erickson Robinson 
Wallace Sansing 
Diana L. Seid 
Charlsia Lyn Shannon 
Anita Shaunak 
Richard Kimberly Sisson 
Faith A. Smith 
Nancy Smith 
John Day Smith III 
Demetria Sturdivant 
Mitzi Allison Waller 
Jennifer Acree Virden 
James Bryan Wade 
Brad Allen Ward 
Eugene Robert Wasson 
John Guin Wheeler 
Tina Marie White 
Frank Guthrie Williams 
Jeffrey C. Williams 
Philip Mark Williams 
Allen Mitchell Young 
Constantine Peter Zouboukos 



Organizations / 279 



PHI 




FIRST ROW: W. A. Simmons; Belinda Arnold; Lori 
Vaughan; Jim Bell; Fran Mitchell; Florence Henry, 
student vice-president; June A. Scott; Martha 
Owens Booth, secretary; Callista Bennett; Marcia 
Dozier; Joseph Milosh. SECOND ROW: Claudia 
Martinez; Steve Young; Roland Woodard; James M. 



Stephens, Jr.; Hunter Arnold; Diane E. Wall; Jean 
Snyder; Brenda Lane; Leon L. Combs, vice- 
president; Ramona Newell. THIRD ROW: Eddie 
Fuhrman; Richard Vasek, treasurer; Robert E. 
Wolverton; Jean Overcosh, editor; Ralph E. Powe, 
president; H. Joe Bearden; William R. Fox. 




FIRST ROW: William R. Fox, Past President; Mar- 
tha Owen Booth, Secretary; Florence C. Henry, 
Student Vice-President; Ralph E. Powe, President; 



Richard E. Vasek, Treasurer; Leon Combs, Vice- 
President; Jean Overcash, Editor. 



The primary objective of the Nationa 
Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi is th 
recognition and encouragement of superio 
scholarship in all academic disciplines 
Membership is by invitation. 

Undergraduate students who have senio. 
status, are in the upper 10 per cent of thf 
class and have a 3.5 or above QPA are con 
sidered for membership. Juniors who are ii 
the upper five per cent of their class an< 
have a 3.7 QPA are also eligible. 

Graduate students with 4.0 QPA may b< 
elected, but their number must not exceec 
10 per cent of the number of candidates foi 
graduating degrees during the year. 

In the fall the outstanding sophomon 
from each School or College is invited to at 
tend the banquet as a guest. From thos* 
sophomores who attend the fall banquet tht 
selection is made for the local scholarship, 
which is presented in the spring. 

Faculty members and alumni who havt 
achieved scholarly distinction may be 
elected to membership in limited numbers. 

Special activities include sponsoring 
Scholarship Day and making an annual con 
tribution to the Library and to the Com 
puting Center. This past year the nomine* 
for the national graduate fellowship woi 
honorable mention with a remuneration o 
$500.00. The Chapter also contributed t( 
the Dana Andrews banquet sponsored bt 
the Honor Society. 



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280 / Organizations 



PI EPSILONTAU 




Pi Epsilon Tau extended a core 
welcome to oil industry recruiters as they 
interviewed prospective employees from 
the students at Mississippi State 
University. 

This was only one of the many in- 
volvements in fostering a closer bond be- 
tween the members of Pi Epsilon Tau, 
the professional petroleum engineering 
honor society and the petroleum industry. 
"We always worked toward maintaining 
the high ideals and standards of the 
engineering professions; high grades and 
outstanding work therefore are our 
criteria for membership," said Russell 
Moffett, president of Pi Epsilon Tau. 



Gerald Paul Ray, Vice President; Victoria C. Carey, 
President; Andrew L. Haas. SECOND ROW: Dt. R. E. 



Rogers; Mr. C. M. Rendeiro; Dr. A. Vadie. 



PI LAMB 




PI LAMBDA THETA was 
organized in 1910 as an honor and 
professional association for women 
in education. Today the association 
initiates both women and men. 

The Gamma Alpha Chapter of 
PI LAMBDA THETA at MSU is an 
active organization in the college of 
education, improving the education 
in Mississippi by involving profes- 
sional educators in seminars, com- 
munity projects, and attending the 
National Biennial Council. 



FIRST ROW: Amy Pugh, V-Pres.; Lenora Salley, 
Treas.; Stephanie Cuthbertson; Laurie Parker, Sec. 



SECOND ROW: Lori Kimble, Pres.; Jan Gray; Suzy Arm- 
strong, Social Chairman. 



Organizations / 281 



LPHA SINFONI 




FIRST ROW: Laschelle Jones; Terri Price; Colleen 
Guyton; Connie Kimball; Christine Moss; Joni Holl- 
inger; Peggy Pettry; Lou Ann English; Cindy 
Yancey. SECOND ROW: Tim Avant, Pres.; William 
Lee, V-Pres.; J. W. Moore IV, Sec; Brian E. 



Lampkin, Treas.; James E. Only, Warden; Bruce 
White, Historian; Pat Autry, Alumni Affairs. THIRD 
ROW: Greg Roper; Lynn Morgan; Kenny Gibson. 
FOURTH ROW: Gergo Jones; Doian Henry; 
Sheldon Black; Steve Young. FIFTH ROW: Randy 



Loftin, Ronnie Lynch; Michael Brown; Jim Jolley. 
SIXTH ROW: Kenny Hill; Rickey Brown; Peyton 
Rawls; Harold Smith. 




FIRST ROW: Jimmy Brown, President; Stephen C. 
Pounders, Vice-President; Mike Lampkin, 
Secretary; Jeff Miller. Treasurer. SECOND ROW: 
Charles D. Shelton; Tim Ray; Kenneth Smith; 



Ronald Dahlen. THIRD ROW: Clark Leake; Jeff 
Slaughter; Martin Bell. FOURTH ROW: Charles 
Brown, Robin Gray; Wayne Bishop. 



The Lambda Phi Chapter of Phi M 
Alpha Sinfonia at Mississippi State Universi 
ty was founded on May 16, 1963. The 
fraternity has grown in quantity as well as 
quality since its founding date. The men are 
actively involved in all aspects of campus 
life. The Chapters' activities include pre- 
senting recitals, semester service projects 
for the community, and participation at the 
annual Madrigal Christmas Dinner. Other 
activities include working at the yearly Jr. 
High and Stage Band festivals on campus, 
involvement in homecoming activities, Hallo- 
ween Carnival and the annual Greek All- 
Sing. The Phi Mu Alpha Little Sisters pur- 
pose is to support the activities of the Lamb- 
da Phi Chapter. The Chapter encourag 
brotherhood, friendship and musicianship. 
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a unique medley of 
men to which each makes his own musical 
contribution. 



282 / Organizations 



PHI THETA KAPPA 




FIRST ROW: John Mark Brown, Treasurer; Mary Jo 
Palmer, Vice-President; Christopher Otis, Historian; 
Karen Collier, Secretary; Ray Wilson, President. 



SECOND ROW: Gerald E. Johnston, Jr.; Peggy 
Webster; Denise Parrish, Vivian Gilmore; Jeff Ed- 
wards, Parliamentarian Chaplain. THIRD ROW; 



Anthony Prince, Reporter; Keith Parrish; R. B. 
Luke; Michael D. Hogue. 



The promotion of scholarship, develop- 
ment of leadership and service and the 
cultivation of fellowship among students 
were just a few of the purposes of Phi Theta 
Kappa, according to Gwen Guthrie, presi- 
dent of the association. 



"The alumni association really goes all 
out in helping transfer students in the 
transition to Mississippi State Universi- 
ty," said Guthrie about the goals of the 
organization. "Since its founding, Phi 
Theta Kappa ;had been the only national 



honor society for American communi- 
ty/junior colleges. Its members have at- 
tained success at 4-year colleges and in 
all fields of professional life," she added. 




Organizations / 283 



t\ ALi fl/i 




Sondra Simpson; Elizabeth Jones, Secretary and 
treasurer; Rubyanne Andress, Vice Pres.; Amy 
Tuck, President; Ken Mitchell, Faculty advisor. 
SECOND ROW: Brad Simpson; David Mason, 



Faculty Advisor; John Hester; Robert Stacy; Dawn 
Bennett. THIRD ROW: William Mallery; Stephen 
Shaffer, Faculty; Andy Vail. 



ISA: An organization of students interested! 
in international affairs. This Association spon-! 
sors the annual Mississippi Model Security < 
Council program, a simulation of the United 1 
Nations Security Council which involves 
students from various high schools and colleges 
throughout the state. 

Pi Sigma Alpha: Mississippi State Univer- 
sity's Chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha seeks to 
recognize and promote outstanding scholastic 
achievement in Political Science, and to Inform 
the university, community, and general public 
about political affairs. Outstanding juniors,' 
seniors, and graduate students with aj 
cumulative B average and 12 semester hours! 
in Political Science courses are invited to J 
membership and are inducted into this honor; 
society each year. Student members are in- 1 
volved in shaping the undergraduate Political j 
Science program by selecting a student) 
representative to participate in departmental 
faculty and committee meeting and choosing | 
the recipient for the annual Outstanding) 
Teacher Award. 



IETY 




FIRST ROW: Elizabeth Jones, Sec; Alice Shirey, 
V-Pres.; Dreg Ross, Pres. SECOND ROW: Terri 



Buster; Brad Simpson; Wes Ammon. THIRD ROW: 
John Hester; Amy Tuck; John D. Mercier II. 



To aid the potential law school student, i; 
the Political Science Department with thej 
guidance of the pre-law advisors have 
established a Pre-Law Society; it aids 
students in preparing for the Law School; 
Admissions Test (LSAT), and selecting a law 
school upon graduation. It also provides an 
opportunity to visit law schools, judges, and 
federal district courts, and provides a forum f 
for social activities for persons with common | 
interests and goals. 

The Pre-Law Society annually sponsors! 
the Distinguished Jurist Award which is 
based on the person's contribution to legal 
scholarship and equal justice under the law 
during his/her career. Examples include 
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Tom C. Clark; 
U.S. Court of Appeals Circuit Judge Frank 
Johnson; Special Watergate Prosecutor and 
Solicitor General Archibald Cox. 



284 / Organizations 



I SIGMA EPSILON 




FIRST ROW: Loma Pell; Amy Monroe; Janice 
Crockett; Cheryl Leister; Sandra Park; Lisa Childs; 
Amy Parish, Treasurer; Michelle Posey, Vice President 
of chapter affairs; Bruce Gammon, Vice President of 
Marketing. SECOND ROW: Chris McKee; Nancy 
Gillespie; Diana Seid; Kay Arender; Colleen Thompson; 
Johanna Gillis; Lisa Shirley; Sherry Phillips; Gena Bice; 



Carol Murff, Liaison; Lesa Davis, Corresponding 
and chapter efficiency secretary; Dennis Cotton, 
Vice President Personnel. THIRD ROW: John G. 
Greco; Larry Weaver; Scott Maynard; Glenn 
Driskell; Phil McClellan; Bryan Timmons; Paul 
Thomas; Clay White; Dwayne McDaniei, Advertise- 
ment/promotion; Dr. Henry W. Nash; Faculty 



Advisor. FOURTH ROW: Mike Mahaffey; David 
Poland; Steve Thomas; George C. Cox; Mark Jag- 
gers; Danny Williams; Mark Vincent; Glynn Creech; 
Mike McDonald, Recording Secretary; Ramon C. 
Tate, Jr., President. 



Pi Sigma Epsilon is the National Profes- 
sional Fraternity in Sales, Marketing, and 
Sales Management. With 89 chapters na- 
tionwide Pi Sigma Epsilon is the nation's on- 
ly collegiate business fraternity linking four 
membership classifications. Alumni, Profes- 
sional and Educator members join 
undergraduates to make it the most unique 
and active Professional Business Fraternity 
on the college campus today. Through sales 
projects, seminars, and professional con- 
tacts with its sponsoring organization, Sales 
and Marketing Executives International, Pi 



Sigma Epsilon provides sound practical 
business and leadership training. Each 
Fall and Spring, Regional and National 
conventions are held bringing together 
members from across the country. For 
1984, the Alpha Eta Chapter of MSU 
served as convention host for the 12 
chapters of Pi Sigma Epsilon's Southern 
Region. 

The Alpha Eta Chapter here at MSU 
was founded in 1963 and has the distinc- 
tion of being the largest founding chapter 



in Pi Sigma Epsilon's history. Rush is held 
during the beginning of the Fall and 
Spring semesters and is open to ALL 
MAJORS! The Alpha Eta Chapter of Pi 
Sigma Epsilon is fortunate to have, as its 
faculty advisor, Dr. Henry Nash who is a 
past National President of Pi Sigma Ep- 
silon. Meetings are held each Tuesday 
night during the Fall and Spring 
semesters in McCool Hall room 130. Fur- 
ther information is available through the 
Marketing Department in McCool Hall. 




Organizations / 285 



POULTRY SCIENCE CLU 




FIRST ROW: Jane Yeatman; Raynard Wages, 
President; David Sheely, Vice President; Chip 
Gieger, Secretary; Dana West, Treasurer; Carl Mc- 
Cann, Embryo Ed. SECOND ROW: Rene 
McMullan; DeWayne McCordle; James Roberts; 
Vickie Pickens; John Lowe; Jack Donald, Jr.; E. 
Trent Swigert; Patricia Holland. THIRD ROW: 



Lance Miller; David W. Posey; Robert Miles; Todd 
Pharr; Jack Donald, Sr.; Jeff Lucas; John McKin- 
ney. FOURTH ROW: Charles H. Thomas; Lester J. 
Dreesen; Wallace Morgan, Advisor; James E. Hibb, 
Department Head; Mike Stewart; Tom Vosen; 
Timothy N. Chamblee; Mike A. Cook. 




i 
le students and faculty members of the 
Poultry Science Department associated 
themselves into a club many years ago. This i 
was done to promote interest among poultry \ 
students and to bring about closer relation- 
ships among those pursuing some phase of} 
Poultry Science. The club is actively in- 
volved in many projects. These include: 
sponsoring scholarships, providing picnics 
and banquets, attending an international j 
trade show, teaming with the Mississippi] 
Poultry Association to assist the MSU col- 
legiate poultry judging team, and publishing! 
the EMBRYO each year. The club is proud 
to be a "Patron of Excellence" at MSU. 



PSYCHOLOGY C 




FIRST ROW: Debbie Brock; Mike Thome, Advisor; 
Leigh Mabry; Teresa Mabry, Recording Secretary; 
Carole Moore; Rodney Dewayne Ledbetter. SEC- 
OND ROW: Ken Smith; Wynn Gunder; Kevin Ford, 



Treasurer; Ralph Ham; Betty Austin; Mike White. 
THIRD ROW: Greg Swanner; Bryant Shaw; Art 
Cook; Ken Kirk; Darrell Christian; Harvey 
Schmedloopp. 



Students interested in psychology were 
vited to become members of the Psychology 
Club. Formed in 1980, the club has continued 
to offer its expanding membership activities 
and experiences that will prepare its members 
for a career in psychology and related profes- 
sions or simply an opportunity to learn more 
about the field of psychology. 

The purpose of the Psychology Club is tc 
enhance knowledge and development of the 
members, to improve communication and 
fellowship among the members, and to im- 
prove communication between the members 
and the university community. 

Some of the goals of the Psychology Club 
are to increase involvement of all 
undergraduate and graduate psychology ma- 
jors and those students who have an interest in 
psychology in the activities of the club, to send 
a large representative group to the 
Southeastern Psychological Association An- 
nual Convention in Atlanta, GA, and to 
establish a chapter of the national psychology 
honorary at Mississippi State University. 



286 / Organizations 



PRSSA 




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FIRST ROW: Dr. Bob Alotla; Byron J. C. Heatham; 
Bobby Berry; Cynthia Shoaf; David Swain; Keith Corn- 
ish. SECOND ROW: Donald Coker; Cathi Wentworth; 
Kathleen Hoskin; Lynn Bruner; Lemond Irvin; Carla 



Deys; Coleen R. Quinn. THIRD ROW: Candy Clan- 
ton; Rebecca Cristil; Harry Bryant; Allison Tarsi; 
Rohonda Wallace; Reggie Moore; Suzann Terry; 
Mary Sue Sessums; Donna McVaugh Good. 



The Public Relations Student Society 
of America is an organization which is 
dedicated to serving MSU and the 
Starkville area by providing quality 
public relations programs. These pro- 
grams are designed by Public Relations 
students as part of a total learning ex- 
perience which the society tries to pro- 
vide. Membership in PRSSA can make 
the difference between just having a 
degree and having an education. 



SCABBARD 



i mm 




FIRST ROW: Scott Carlton, Secretary; Hailey Win- 
dham, Vice-President; Michael Pettigrew, President; 
Merlinda Wood, Treasurer, Scott Martin, Scotch Guard 
Liaison Officer. SECOND ROW: Greg Christian; Sean 
Kinney; Jay Milton; Chuck McBride; Rob A. Harris; 



Hiram Lee Purvis. THIRD ROW: Stan Parkes; 
Eugene Hauck; Keith Davis; Sylvia James; Mark 
Tayler; Jeff Edwards. FOURTH ROW: Kerry Wall; 
Jack Perrett; Mark Gotten. 



The National Society of Scabbard and 
Blade is a national military honor society 
open to advanced Army and Air Force 
ROTC cadets who have demonstrated 
academic, personal, and moral standards 
that are well above the average. The pur- 
pose of B Company, 7th Regiment here at 
Mississippi State University is to raise the 
standards of military education among the 
cadets, promote closer relations between 
the Army and Air Force Cadet Corps, and 
to encourage the qualities of future officers 
in the United States Army. The society also 
strives to educate and inform others on 
campus and around the state as their role to 
the national defense. The activities of Scab- 
bard and Blade are based on service to the 
university, community, the Cadet Corps, or 
the nation. Some of the activities include 
blood drives, an annual Turkey Shoot every 
Thanksgiving, adopting a family for 
Christmas, sponsoring social events for the 
Cadet Corps, working as ushers for campus 
ballgames and concerts, and participating 
in recruiting trips for Army ROTC. 



Organizations / 287 




Richie Adair 

Caryn Akers 

Annette Bergstrom 

Lynette Chandler 

Anne Eason 

David Hester 

Julia Hicks 

Shelly Hinesley 

John Huntington 

Tim Knight 

Judy McCulloch 

Kristi Merwin 

Dee Montgomery 

Maida Morgan 

Kim Morrison 

Jim Prince 

Beth Reed 

Karen Robinson, President 

Steve Robinson 

Amy Walker 

Kim Walsh 

Susan Woo, Vice-President 

Dr. Bill Foster, Advisor 



Rho Gamma is a student honorary 
organized to promote high standards among 
student leaders on campus, to create a 
workable atmosphere in the area of student 
publications and government, and to im- 
prove communication with the administra- 
tion on this college campus. The Alpha 
Omega Chapter of Rho Gamma was found- 
ed here at MSU. in 1977, and since then, 
this secret society has grown and spread to 
other campuses across the nation. 



Jim Prince, Dee Montgomery, Kim Morrison, Karen 

Robinson. 



288 / Organizations 



ARCHITECTURE STUDENT ASSOC. 




Greg Tures, President; Arnie Aho, Advisor; Jim Seger, Lovless, Secretary. 
Treasurer; Spence Kellum, Vice-President; Pam 



Mississippi State University provides 
its students with the only architectural 
education program in Mississippi that 
allows a student to earn a professional 
degree. Established in 1973, the school 
has been equalled in status with such 
schools as Princeton University, Illinois In- 
stitute of Technology and Harvard 
Graduate School of Design. 

The student association is a profes- 
sional organization which supplements 
the School of Architecture at Mississippi 
State University. This organization strives 
to provide an educational foundation for 
the profession, a development of in- 
dividual skills and understanding to 
prepare each student for his or her role 
as a practicing architect, and a unity be- 
tween students, faculty and staff. 
Another function of this association is to 
act as a fund-raising organization for the 
school's social activities. The Beaux Arts 
Ball, a costume ball in the spring, is an an- 
nual event sponsored by the School of Ar- 
chitecture Student Association. 



SCOTCH GUARD 




The members of Scotch Guard strive 
to serve the United States Army ROTC 
and MSU in any way possible. The 
organization tried to exemplify the spirit 
of the United States Army and did this by 
being very active on campus. Some of the 
activities include ushering for home 
basketball games and providing security 
for home football games. They also spon- 
sored parties for the Scabbard and Blade, 
an ROTC honorary. The group promoted 
friendships among women from all walks 
of the campus and also tried to reach out 
to all parts of the campus. Membership in 
Scotch Guard was based on scholarship, 
leadership, personality, and interest in 
the Army ROTC program. 



FIRST ROW: Jo Ann Davis, Activities Chairman; Lauri 
Bryant, Vice-Commander; Suzanne Agent; Carla Yant; 
Lee Hilliard; Leslie McRae; Lori Byrd. SECOND ROW: 
Paige Wilkins; Laura McMaster; Peggy Webster; Kathy 
Johnson; Caria Keys; Phyllis Sherman. THIRD ROW: 
Sylvia James; Stacy Dial; Julie Carnaggio; Anita 



Morgan; Ellen Atkinson. FOURTH ROW: Debbie 
Brock; Elizabeth Petty; Tyra Johnson; E. A. Sides; 
Tracey Bontemps; Marie Riddell; Leslie Rafidi. 
FIFTH ROW: Scott Martin, Liaison Officer; Merin- 
da Wood, Cadet Corps Commander. 




Organizations / 289 



TOR 




EDITORIAL STAFF: Young Kerby, Editor; Managing 
Susanne Loftis, Associate Editor; Jim Prince, Photo Editor; Joe 
Editor; Christy McArthur, Layout; John Rochat, 



Editor; Jim Hannaford, Entertainment 
Carrithers, News Editor. 




The Reflector is the official student 
newspaper of the Mississippi State Universi- 
ty Student Association. Published twice 
weekly since 1965, The Reflector has been 
serving MSU in various forms for over a 
century. 

Young Kerby, editor for the 1984-85 
school year, received his position in the Spr- 
ing of 1984 and was assisted by approx- 
imately 30 other students in this 
undertaking. 

As is usually the case with a student 
newspaper, change and improvement come 
quickly, and this year's paper was no 
exception. 

Students, staff and faculty coming from 
Fall semester registration were polled as to 
their opinions concerning the college com- 
munity. The survey was conducted as an aid 
in seeking advertising and for general infor- 
mation about student preferences. By ef- 
forts such as these, The Reflector staff con- I 
tinued to offer MSU the best of student I 
newspapers. 

The Reflector kept its metro size, but r 
changed to a six-column format throughout. . 
Membership with the Mississippi Press i 
Association was retained and, in keeping i 
with the current craze, the Trivia column i 
was added to the entertainment section. 

"Serving MSU for over a century" ap- 
peared on the banner this year, following i 
last year's 100-year anniversary, as a cons- 
tant reminder to the staff of the great tradi- 
tion of The Reflector and the responsibilities I 
that come with it. 



PRODUCTION STAFF: Maurice Stockton, Car- Layout Artist, 
toonist; Brenda Ware, Ad Sales; Doris Kirk, Ad Cartoonist. 
Sales; Diana Seid, Layout Assistant; Keith Pitre, 



Not Pictured: Del Rendon, 



290 / Organizations 




ADVERTISING STAFF: Eddie Betcher, George Cox, Manager, David Poland. 
Doris Kirk, Brenda Ware, Diana Seid — Advertising 



Organizations / 291 



LLE 




FIRST ROW: Pam Greene — Copy Editor; Bubba 
Greene — Feature Editor; Aleatrice Rodgers — In- 
dex Editor; Karen Robinson — Editor-in-Chief. 
SECOND ROW: Sadie Flint — Organizations Co- 
editor, Susan Woo — Business Manager; Kristi Mer- 



win — Classes Co-editor. THIRD ROW: Martha 
Lawhon — Greeks Co-editor; Chris Conn — 
Greeks Co-editor; Kim Morrison — Organizations 
Co-editor; Kim Walsh — Classes Co-editor. NOT 



PICTURED: Richie Adair — Sports Co-editor; Tim 
Knight — Sports Co-editor; Julia Hicks — 
Limelight Editor; Rachel Griffin — Academics 
Editor. 



Planning for the Reveille begins with 
the selection of Editor and Business 
Manager in the previous spring semester. 
The newly selected editor then reviews 
the large number of applications submit- 
ted and chooses the section editors, 
photographers and general staff. Work in 
the fall begins as the section editors meet 
with their staffs to begin plans and to 
discuss any problems that might occur. 

The theme for the 1985 Reveille was 
originally conceived in the winter of 1984 
by this year's editor, Karen Robinson. 
State of the Arts was chosen to highlight 
an often overlooked, but nevertheless 
very important part of the university, and 
to show how each department in their 



own way contributes to the arts. 

Producing a quality yearbook, as any 
Reveille staffer can tell you, is by no 
means an easy task. This year's staff had 
numerous obstacles to overcome, in- 
cluding bad weather for outdoor 
photographs and last minute submissions 
from organizations. Section editors and 
their staffs, as well as the photographers, 
spent many an all-nighter at the Reveille 
office to ensure that deadlines were met. 

As the staff's only fundraiser (besides 
student fees), the Miss Reveille pageant 
was held the Tuesday before Thanksgiv- 
ing in the Union Ballroom. Sixty-one girls, 
sponsored by campus organizations, 



parents, and local businesses, entered the 
annual event. Thirty contestants were 
chosen from interviews held earlier that 
day by the five judges, and were then 
narrowed down by the on-stage scores 
given by the judges that night. 

The 1985 Miss Reveille title went to 
Lacy Amis, a sophomore from Batesville, 
MS. 

A yearbook the size of the Reveille re- 
quires many hours of time and patience 
to produce. Without a group effort from 
the entire staff and the cooperation of 
faculty and students alike, the production 
of the 1985 Reveille could not have been 
possible. 



292 / Organizations 





Above: FIRST ROW: Lindsay Herbison; Kristione 
Fotun; Allyson Rainer; Jennifer Wicker; Amy Lee; 
Eve Hand; Jennifer Lewis; Kenny Gibson. SECOND 
ROW: Leslie Rafidi; Kellie Taylor; Dris Batchelder; 
Maeheta Grays; Leigh Tanner; Luigia Houston; 
Pam Dandridge. THIRD ROW: Tammy Jones; 
Frank Blakeney. 

Left: FIRST ROW: Scoot Norwood; Ender Arkin. 
SECOND ROW: Mike Doyle — Head 
Photographer; Scott Waller — Photographic Editor; 
Rusty McKnight. NOT PICTURED: Suzanne Spell, 



Organizations / 293 



STUDENT ASSOCIATION 



SA CABINET AND OFFICERS 




FIRST ROW: Vicky Graves, Maria Cavazos, 
Secretary; William Bell, Vice President; Joe Brown, 
Treasurer; Mike Agee, President, Dan Raunikan. 



SECOND ROW: Mary Dean Trotter, Sandy 
Vandevender, Paul McKay, Mark Williams, Chuck 
McBride, Jacqueline Hampton. THIRD ROW: 



Scott Walleil 



Leigh Howell, Steven Cooper, Jay Milton, Joe 
Rieves 11, Richard Rainer, Amy Tuck. 



The Student Association of Mississippi 
State University consists of all registered 
students who have paid an activity fee. 
The programs of the S.A. may affect the 
social, economic, physical, intellectual, 
and spiritual welfare of MSU students. 
The S.A. also promotes a continuous ex- 
change of ideas and opinions between the 
student, faculty, and administration. The 
final purpose is to coordinate and 
regulate the activities of the S.A. for the 
benefit of the entire educational com- 
munity and of the student community. 

STUDENT ASSOCIATION CABINET 



AND OFFICERS: Officers of the S.A. are 
elected by the student body in the spring 
semester. Their terms are one year in 
length. The four positions are president, 
vice president, secretary, and treasurer. 
Duties of each office are outlined in the 
S.A. constitution. Cabinet members are 
appointed by the S.A. president to assist 
and advise. 

JUDICIAL COUNCIL: The judicial 
branch of the S.A. consists of members 
appointed by the S.A. president with the 
approval of the S.A. Senate. For three 
consecutive years Paul McKay has been 



the chairman of this cabinet. 

THE SENATE: Legislative powers are 
in the Student Association branch known 
as the Student Senate. The Senate con- 
sists of thirty men and women from dif- 
ferent precincts of the student body. The 
presiding officer is the S.A. vice presi- 
dent. The Senate supports the activities 
of the S.A. government sponsors and acts 
on matters necessary to operate the S.A. 
government. It's powers are limited by 
rules and regulations of MSU, laws of 
Mississippi, and the laws of the United 
States. 



294 / Organizations 



SAJU 



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FIRST ROW: Tom McElroy, Bill lupe, Ann Bryant, Paul McKay, Chairman. SECOND ROW: Bo Cooper, David McCullen. 



Organizations / 295 



ASSOCIATION 




FIRST ROW: Maria Cavazos, Secretary; Lynnitta 
Ledbetter. Lynn Hann, Jil! Ross, Lavra McMaslers. 
Joanne Armstrong, Irene Dumas. SECOND ROW. 
Chuck McBride, Attorney General; Ed Welsh, Steve 
Griggs, David Rounsavall. Will Cooper, John D. 



Davis. THIRD ROW: Hamp Bryan, Shaun Sweden- 
burg, Haley Fisachery. Dave Giles, Ben Morgan. 
Victor Clincy. FOURTH ROW. William Bell. Vice 
President; Sandford Lyon. Al Sills. Bubba Carroll. 



Drew Clayton. FIFTH ROW. Mark Jaggers. Harper 
Keller. Russell Martin, Jeffrey Hood, Dan Gibson 
SIXTH ROW: Brad Ward. Norman Ford. David 
Fortenberry. 



296 / Organizations 



ITED WAY 




The United Way week of Emphasis 
was November 12-17 on the MSU cam- 
pus. The slogan for this year was "Let's 
Give Hope, You Can Make it Happen." 
Competition was in 5 Categories: Service 
Organizations, male residence halls, 
female residence, halls, sororities and 
fraternities. Within these categories they 
were judged by the most money given 
per person and overall. Over $3,100.00 
was raised. Results overall: Service 
organizations, "M" Club; Male residence 
halls, Suttle; Female residence halls, 
Cresswell Hall; Sorority, Delta Gamma; 
Fraternity, Pi Kappa Alpha. Donation 
results per person: Service organization, 
Centennial Honor Society; Male 
residence hall, Suttle; Female residence 
hall, Herbert Hall; Sorority, Delta Gam- 
ma; Fraternity, Pi Kappa Alpha. 



'IRST ROW: Dan Gibson. Andrew Moore, Randell 
)ong. Nancy Lott. Dawn Bennett, John Rochat. SE- 
:OND ROW: Randy Jones, Dave Giles, Cindy Shoaf, 



Steve Porter, Diedro Varnado. NOT PICTURED: 
Mario Cavazos, Tommy Brockway, John Davis, 
Lynetta Ledbetter, Travis Moore, and Joy Fulton. 




Organizations / 297 




Maj. John Dravchonok, Adviser; Marty Kilpatrick; 
Mark Stevens; Kurt Floyd; Scott Martin, XO; Barry 
Venable, CDR; Mark Taylor, ISG; Carl Schultz; 
Keith Davis. SECOND ROW: Stan Parkes; Bruce 
W. Habel; Mike Pettigrew; Scott Carpenter; Steven 
Weathersby; Joseph Cheek; Kerry Wall; Bubba 



Purvis. THIRD ROW: Craig Brown; Jeffrey 
Hemphill; Erick Owens; Christopher Alonzo; 
Michael Perez; John M. Vaughn; Richard Comer. 
FOURTH ROW: Robert Smith; William Cisney; 
Brian O'Shea; Hailey Windham; Roderick Kwan; 
Jimmy Redden; Gregory Barrick; Cris Sullivan. 



EE RANGER COMPANY is an 
all volunteer contingent to the Army R.O.T.C 
Corps of Cadets. The primary role of thil 
Rangers is to train personnel in small unit tac 
tics and to reinforce the training of the Arm; 
R.O.T.C. Advanced Program. The Range 
company consists of a commander, an e» 
ecutive officer, an administration officer, a» 
operations officer, a logistics officer, foui 
squads of troops, and the unit first sergeant 
who is in direct charge of the squads. Range 
training includes usage of light weapons, ail! 
assault techniques, mountaineering, am' 
phibious assault, Survival Evasion and Escape 
from enemy forces, urban warfare, first aid 
survival, patrolling, and individual tactica 
techniques training. Although classified as z 
club, the personnel of the Ranger Company 
view themselves as members of a military unit 
trained to execute the duties placed upor 
them. Meetings are held every Wednesday al 
4:30 p.m. The meeting consists of physica 
training, a two mile run, and instruction o; 
military skills. 





Sessums Hall was completed in 1959 
and named for Major I. D. Sessums. Built 
to supplement "Old Main," Sessums 
declared itself "The Capitol of the 
World" in 1971 and has since remained 



one of the top residence halls. This spirit 
is evident by the annual Sessums' Birth- 
day Party, the Sessums Pentathlon, 
Casino Night, Beach Bash, and the Hall's 
outstanding intramural record. 



FIRST ROW: David Davis; Matthew Smith; Davit* 
Wilson; David Collins; Robert Perry; Scott Lemoke- 
Eric Brockman; Jeff Olesen; Andrew William; Rolanc 
Ray; Steve Oberheim; Jay McKay; Michael Cook; Gem 
Richardson; Larry Kennon; Josh Creekmore; Jim A) 
Sawyor. SECOND ROW: David Casleton; Trem 
Baldwin; Brewer Parker; Todd Clapp; Scott Thompson: 
Philip Pallidy; Jeff West; Eddie Gamble; Tom Harris- 
Steve Redding; Scott Lowery; Jeff Overby. THIRCl 
ROW: Robert Halford; Jeff King; Ricky Robinson; Kenj 
Coker; Rodney Towery; Carlos Guevava; Russ Ford' 
Hans M. Ruoss, IV; Peter Blocker; Wesley Weaver- 
Wiley Ross; Rick Foretich; David Wallace; Brett Gratz: 
Ferish Williams; Ben Rush; Steven Flowers; Jim Smith;i 
Jason Swawney. FOURTH ROW: Charles Robinson 
Chad Ringold; John Knight; Glenn Bean; John Lord* 
David Pellerin; Ron Grubb; David Fowler; Scotl 
Deaton; William Hicks; Brad Meyer; Cary Green: 
Ronald L. Bunn; Danny Tozzi; Jamie DeGruchy. 



298 / Organizations 



SMITH HALL 




HRST ROW: Aretha Wiseman; Amy Gates; Paula Dunlap; Sandra White; 
*Jany Drichett; Janet South; Debbie Davis; Rachel Shaper; Susan Emer- 
on; Marie Benda-na; Kathy Little; Allison Wresson; Julie Carlisle; Sandy 
Jruce; Stacey Hupfer; Toy Seymour; Laura Writht; Derbie Howell; Laura 
Sinclair SECOND ROW: Susan Clark; Jonna Bush; Mary Van Wart; 
Miranda Amos; Undrea M- Miller; Tina Cox; Cathy Wintermute; Althea 
Jpencer; Paige Hale; Lisa Fava; Becky Hanna; Meshell Grayer; Lilly 
Joute; Jennifer Gillian; Genger Valesinte; Pam Mowdy; Metinds Turner; 
)eeDee Sullivan. THIRD ROW: Shelley Henke; Dale Gray; Susan Ivy; 
)ebbie Black; Jill Stanphill; Hope Waellver; Wendy Walker; Stephany 



Moore; Jennifer Alvis; Maivie Armstrong; Cathy Walker; Julie Miller; 
Suzanne Wamble; Gay Welch; Cynthia Mclntyre; Kim Davidon; Cyn- 
thia Meadows; Cindy Taylor; Nina Burgess. FOURTH ROW: Tarn- 
mie L. Hill; Melissa Rosemanond; Christine Caputo; Sisabeth Martin; 
LeAnne Ray; Dede Tucker; Any Johnson, Cindy Bue; Amy J. 
Johnson; Angela Rieves; Cynthia Chills; Deirdre Joiner; Cheryl 
Hmds; Dareen McLeudon; Kay Pittman, Sharon Malley; Melissa 
Velcek; Carrie Yeatman; Sara Cullison; Leresa Armstrong; Cheir 
Smith. FIFTH ROW: Gloria E. Reed; Tricia Fulgham; Rhonda 
Pryscock; Julee Stolz; Alisha Jones; Cyndi Cockerham; Judy Mallett; 



SMITH HALL HAS MSU PRIDE: Now 
in its third year as a freshman women's 
residence hall, Smith continues to move 
ahead with MSU, providing social and 
scholastic programs designed to enhance 
students' development. 

Smith residents are given the oppor- 
tunity to use their freshman year as an 
important transition period in an environ- 
ment of support, planned social activities, 
intramural athletics, educational pro- 
grams and independent self-exploration 
are all part of the picture at Smith Hall. 

In keeping with the MSU Housing 
Philosophy of providing more than just a 
place to live, Smith is a place where peo- 
ple can learn together while living 
together. 



Mindy Merchant; Sharon Gates; Jessie Claiborne; Theresa Cumm- 
ings; Tonja Graham; Linda Bell; Chris Stevens; JU1 Carroee; Jane 
Michell; Loretta Randle; Rosaiand Henderson. Not Pictured: Lisa 
Broomhali. 



SOCIETY OF 




The Society of American Foresters is a 
professional society responsible for the 
accreditation of forestry schools and the 
advancement of forestry professionals. 
The student chapter helps to prepare 
students for a career in this challenging 
profession. 

The major activity of the student 
chapter is practice interviews with poten- 
tial employers who will critique the inter- 
view afterwards. Also there are speakers 
who talk about the forestry profession 
and the outlook of the forestry profession. 
These talks are in conjunction with the 
Forestry Club. 



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^IRST ROW: Greg Pehlman; Steve Rogers; Brenda 
filler; Andy Redwood. SECOND ROW: Mark King; 
rodd Baucom; Al Duff; Steve Herrington; Gerald Lang; 
Marty Kilpatrick. THIRD ROW: Jim Junkin; Kent 
*4oore; David Langford; Ron Beliech; Terry Stolz. 



FOURTH ROW: Pat Glass; Felix Prather; Tom 
Morgan; David Smith; John Mchleil; Andy Davis. 
FIFTH ROW: Metta Byrd; Donna Hamlin; Linda 
McMahon. 




Organizations / 299 



LEUM ENGINEERS 




FIRST ROW: Walt Donaldson, Secretary; Billy Big- 
gers. Treasurer; Jimmy Johnston, President; C. J. 
Lynch, Vice President; Mark Guenther, S.C.; Jim 
Haggerty, Chairman; Vickie Wilcher; Ross R. Lake. 
SECOND ROW: Regi Lewis, Bill Spence; Victoria 
C. Carey; Danny E. Gardner. THIRD ROW: Jo 



Larry Brown; W. A. Covington, Jr.; Howard 
Franklin; David Wesley; Jonathan Counce. 
FOURTH ROW: Kenny Moffett; C. M. Rendeire, 
Advisor; Mike Kelso; Luther Stowers; Bobby 
Moseley; Jerry Ray; Bill Perkins. 



The Mississippi State University Chapte 
of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE 
was formed in 1963 to assist members ii 
taking their first step toward becoming pre 
fessionals. Members of SPE attended 
seminars, national convention, made plan 
trips and worked to familiarize incominj 
students with all aspects of Petroleum 
Engineering. Monthly speakers from the in 
dustry provided the chapter with exposun 
to the latest technological advances in th«* 
growing world of petroleum engineering. 





ROW 1: Prissy Blowe; Lisa Shirley; Angela Ham; 
Louann Dees; Jamie Bullock, Secretary; Julia 
Scales, Treasurer; Jennifer Dale. ROW 2: Evanne 
Newman; Lisa Eubank; Teresa Crosby; Deborah 



Dale; Patty McCormick; Debbie Collins; Jean Nun- 
nery; Laurie Sturdivant; Richie Adair; Mary Beth 
Hartnett; Sharon Mason; Lee Shellman. 



The State Striders is an organization 
that is growing with MSU's expanding track 
program. The enthusiastic girls who make 
up the group have the responsibilities ot 
assisting the MSU track team in the W. O. 
Spencer Track Stadium, aiding in the 
recruiting of new athletes, publicizing track 
events, and most importantly, encouraging 
and supporting team members. It is the goalj 
of the Striders to ensure that the MSU Track j 
Bulldogs receive the attention and recogni- 
tion that they deserve. The Striders look for- 
ward to the spring when their efforts and en- 
thusiasm contribute to the 1985 SEC Out- 
door Track Meet. 



300 / Organizations 





: IRST ROW: Ralph Null, Advisor; Barbara Hodges, 
rreasurer; Beth Reed, Julee Stringer. SECOND ROW: 
Rosemary Berthay, Vice President, Melinda Cook, 



Dawn Stolz, Susan Tomlinson, Advisor. THIRD 
ROW: Allan Howze, President; Nancy Wellborn, 
Tonia Sellers, Mike Burrell, Secretary. 



The MSU student chapter of the 
American Institute of Floral Designers is 
chartered by the National American In- 
stitute of Floral Designers, an elite group 
of professional floral artists represented 
by worldwide membership. MSU's stu- 
dent chapter, organized in 1977, is one of 
only 5 student chapters in the United 
States to comply with membership 
requirements. 

Each year the club undertakes various 
projects, including the sell of homecoming 
mum corsages, High School Day Pro- 
grams, and providing Floral Design Pro- 
grams for many clubs and organizations. 
Students competed in national floral 
design competitions where they took top 
honors last year. Student members are 
responsible for the operation of the 
University Florist located in the MSU 
mini-mall and the Union Flower Mart 
located on the first floor of the Student 
Union Building. 



SCAVMA 




The Student Chapter of the American 
Veterinary Medical Association entered 
its eighth year as the student organization 
at the College of Veterinary Medicine at 
MSU. SCAVMA offers professional 
enrichment opportunities, guidance, and 
social outlets for its members. The MSU 
chapter took an active part in the na- 
tional organization, the Student American 
Veterinary Medical Association. The club 
participates in activities on the communi- 
ty, state, and national levels. 

SCAVMA hosted its second annual 
open house at the College of Veterinary 
Medicine with many interesting and infor- 
mational exhibits and demonstrations in 
April, 1984. 



-"IRST ROW: Paula Engle, Richard Gill. Mike Fromm, 
loey Burt, Jimmy Villard, Linda Farris-Smith, Kelly 
3aldarelli, Sharon Fooshee, Frances Hayman. SE- 
:OND ROW: Marty Caldwell, Chris Loughman, Mike 
rhompson, William Kimble, Daryl Pitts, Lynne 
-eonard, Robert Kennon, Glenn Thomas, Barbie Henn- 
ng, Victor Raby. Mark Rochat. THIRD ROW: Glynn 



McLeod, Michael Lee, Jerry Magee, Todd Cooley, 
Rita Garibold, Susan Erdman, Don Edwards, Phil 
Gault, Stephen King, Carondelet Grubb, Angeliki 
Polles, Linden Craig, Scott Evans. FOURTH ROW: 
Shirley Shelton, Gail Crawford, Wanda West, Kathy 
Kvam-Carroli, Mitch Song, Bert Payne, Steve 
Tobias, John Sudduth, Bob Filgo. 



Organizations / 301 



EHALL 








FIRST ROW: Lecersia Shields; Florence Henry; 
Carole Vaser; Leigh Richardson; Marie May, Re- 
cording Secretary; Glenda Warren, Cataloger; 
Brenda Lane, Vice-President; Carrie Dumas, Presi- 
dent; Jim Bell, Corresponding Secretary; Jo-Ann 
Byas; Sherry Gore; Sharon Hoke; Jack Perrett. 
SECOND ROW: Charles Bontemps; Clyde Taylor; 
John Thompson; June Andrea Scott; Janet Hib- 
bard; Joyce McMullan; Elizabeth Zeigler; Scott 
Williams; Moshe Khatena; Frank Graves; Nathan C. 



Prewitt. THIRD ROW: Joel D. Vernon; Roland 
Woodard; Victoria C. Carey; Allan Roye; Eric 
Welch; Edwin Rheuark; Stephen M. Guest; Alan 
Spence; David Bridges; Mack Breeland; James 
Trussell; Gary Huggins. FOURTH ROW: David 
Latham; Jeffery E. WDD; Mike Smith; Steven W. 
Henderson; Daniel Jones; Kelmer Smith; Wayne 
Myers; Terry Turnipseed; Leon Bass; Gerald Roy; 
Randy Melton. 



The largest building for housing student: 
is Suttle Hall, which also was the first te| 
boast the only widescreen video televisior 
on campus. The men of Suttle hold many ac 
tivities throughout the year, including 
cookouts, movies, dances with the women's! 
residence halls, and entertainment by live 
bands. 

Suttle Hall has been one of the most ao 
tive men's residence halls by participating ir 
intramurals, and providing social, civic, and 
academic activities for its residences. Suttk 
is indeed one of the best in introducing new 
aspects and ideas to campus life. 




Tau Beta Pi, the national engineering 
honor society, now has 189 chapters and; 
284,000 members. It was founded at Lehigh 
University in 1885 "to mark in a fitting man- 
ner those who have conferred honor on their 
Alma Mater by distinguished scholarship' 
and exemplary character as undergraduates 
in engineering, and to foster a spirit of liberal 
culture in engineering colleges." The society 
also stresses its obligation to serve both on 
campus and in the community. 

MSU's Mississippi Alpha Chapter, which, 
was founded in 1928, strives to fulfill these 
principles by both honoring deserving^ 
students with membership and offering ser- 
vice on campus and off. The Chapter offers' 
tutoring sessions for some basic engineering 
courses and participates in one major ser- 
vice project for the community each 
semester. 

Mississippi Alpha Chapter takes pride in 
celebrating Tau Beta Pi's one hundredth an- 
niversary this year. 



302 / Organizations 



mi BETA 




IRST ROW: Ginger Morgan; Alicia Sellers, Secretary; 
ulia Gibson; Kelli Smith. SECOND ROW: John 
ochat; Adam Asquith, Vice-President; David Cross; 
tathaniel Carter, Treasurer; Rod LeiFried. THIRD 



ROW: Sean McNally; Thomas Moat; Ronn Altig; 
Don Downer. FOURTH ROW: Gary Bunous; Wes 
McCann, President. 



Beta Beta Beta Biological Society is a 
society for students, particularly for 
undergraduates. It seeks to encourage 
scholarly attainment in this field of learn- 
ing by reserving its active membership for 
those who achieve superior academic 
records and who indicate special aptitude 
for and major interest in the life sciences. 
It desires to cultivate intellectual interest 
in the natural sciences and to promote a 
better appreciation of the value of 
biological study, and thus welcomes into 
associate membership all those students 
who are interested in biology. Beta Beta 
Beta endeavors, also, to extend the 
boundaries of man's knowledge of nature 
by encouraging new discoveries through 
scientific investigation and to this end en- 
courages under-graduate students to 
begin research work and report their 
findings in the journal of the society, Bios. 

It emphasizes, therefore, a three-fold 
program; stimulation of scholarship; 
dissemination of scientific knowledge; 
and promotion of biological research. 



UNIV. HO 




tRST ROW: Misty Webb; Julie Broome; Melodee 
emp; Frank Williams; Robin Ramsay; Susanne San- 
aa. SECOND ROW: David Bridges; Jack Curl; Todd 



Clapp; Elijah Dixon; Randall Dong. THIRD ROW: 
Mike Kelso; Mike Binford; Scott Boone; Thomas 
Broome; Steven Boyd. 



The University Honors Council is the 
elected body of representatives of the 
University Honors Program. Council 
members are chosen in programwide 
elections from all four classes. 

The University Honors Program is 
designed to meet the educational needs 
of able and highly motivated students. It 
is the job of the student Council to act as 
a liaison between the UHP director and 
the students involved in the program. 
The Council plans social functions for the 
students and also been involved in 
presenting programs at national and 
regional honors conventions, therefore 
bringing recognition to the university as a 
whole. 

Each spring Council members help in 
the recruitment of top high school seniors 
to MSU by hosting Honors Convocation. 
For three days, high school seniors from 
across the state come and get to know 
the administration and students and are 
guests at the annual awards dinner. 




Organizations / 303 



PROGRAM COUNCIL 




FIRST ROW: Debi Valenine, Program Director; 
Margo Marveggio, Film Chairman; Suzanne Harris, 
Student Director; Adrain Curtis, Fine Arts 



Chairperson. SECOND ROW: Tracey Adkins, Lec- 
ture Comm.; Ed Simmons, Special Events; Laura 
Robins, Holiday Entertainment. 




Ed Simmons, Chairman; Caroline Noble; Leigh 
Anne Griggers; Kym Thames; Lori Byrd; Carol Ann 
Elliot; Renee Briscoe; Cindy Guess; Mitcie Abel; 



Wilma Sharpe; Lisa Arthur; Mary Keller Shaifer; 
Angie Milam; Leslie Rafidi; Frank Blakeney; Beth 
Ware; Glen Beard; Marlon Ray Sowell. 




FINE ARTS COMMITTEE 



Kim Woodard; Laura Pund; Angela L. Byrd; Leigh 
Ayres; Charmaine Osbin; Cheryl L. Tate; Jenny 
McMinn; Laurie Sturdivant; Mauri Armstrong; 



Leigh Graves; Adrian B. Curtis, Chairman; Grayln 
Jones; Anthony Hardy; Gabriel Swam; Carl 
Burnham. 



The Union Program Council is dedicat 
to establish quality programs for MJl 
students and to coordinating the activitll 
held in the Union. The Chairman of ea 
committee and the student Direct) 
Suzanne Harris, composed the Executi 
Council which coordinated the prograi 
sponsored by each committee. The Coun 
was divided into five committees: Fine An 
Film, Holiday Entertainment, Lectern, a 
Special Events. 

The Fine Arts Committee, under t 
direction of Adrian Curtis, sponsor 
numerous art exhibits and local talents i 
noon entertainment in the Union lobt 
Other programs included a CPR semins 
Star Search, a TV Name Game, tryouts \ 
Dance Fever, and a Meet the Play< 
Program. 

The Film Committee sponsored qual 
first-run movies and film series which 
tracted large groups of students to ea. 
showing. Some of the movies shown wel 
"Splash," "Footloose," "Terms of Ende 
ment," "Romancing the Stone," "Unco' 
mon Valor," and "Unfaithfully Yours." 
eluded during the year were raffles a 
various giveaways based on the themes: 
each movie. The Film Committee unveil* 
its new popcorn machine as it s<| 
thousands of boxes during the course of t! 
year. I 

The annual Halloween Carnival, sp< 
sored by the Holiday Entertainment Co 
mittee, was again a success as studei 
braved the ghosts and goblins to try thi 
luck at the various game booths set up J 
the drill field. Another program that 11 
committee headed by Laura Robins plannj 
was the annual Hanging the the Gre<^ 
which celebrated the beginning of the h< 
day season and drew a huge crowd. 

The Lectern Committee headed 
Tracey Adkins brought Christine Craft I 
speak to open its lineup of fine lecture 
Tom Sullivna, whose life story was the ba 
for "If You Could See What I Hear," spo 
to a large crowd at MSU as part of I 
UPC's Handicapped Week. 

Each spring the latest in wedding gow| 
and attire are modeled in the Bridal F 
sponsored by the Special Events Comn 
tee. Chairman Ed Simmons and his comn ■ 
tee also planned the Madrigal Dinner 
celebration of the Christmas season. T 
committee members dressed as Medie 
peasants and served dinner to the audier 
as the Madrigal Singers peformed Christn 
favorites. 




FIRST ROW: Karen Hester; Patti Griffin; Dawn 
Harmel; Susanne Loftis; Cheryl Lyn Saucier; Margo 
Marveggio, Chairman. SECOND ROW: Sandra 
Gosa; Angie Hannon; Susan Maier; Evelyn Webb; 
Margaret Bailey; Luellen Pittman. THIRD ROW: 
Stacy Billingsley; Leslie McRae; Anita Dettor; Von- 
da Vanderdray; Stephanie Sheppard; Mary Jo 
Fava; Susan Jeffers. FOURTH ROW: Elizabeth 
Boswell; Nancy Conway; Jeanna Sanders; Sandra 
Smithson; Renae Terry; Janet Harris. FIFTH ROW: 
Mark Walker; Steve Brandon; Bob McCummins; 
William Thomas. 







FIRST ROW: Adele Dulin; Lesli Morris; Stephanie 
Jeffords; Sadie Flint; Allison Britt. SECOND ROW: 
Wanda McCarty; Susan Ashmore; Beth Brady; Dot- 
tie Deceit; Dody Hall; Tracy Hall. THIRD ROW: 
Elizabeth Ann Sides; Amy Walker; Karen Martin; 
Izetta Edwards; Karen Rogers. FOURTH ROW: 
David Boyt; Jennifer Crain; Sherrie Lynn; Chandra 
Furches; Lacy Amis; Lynn Gardner; Laura Robins, 
Chairman. FIFTH ROW: Gene Richardson; Greg 
Dunn; Shelley Milling; Mark Wallace. 



- .m ' * M 




FIRST ROW: Lisa Long; Carroll Ann Maynor; Flor- 
rie Pedrick; Lori Climer; Melanie Miller. SECOND 
ROW: Allison Foran; Stephanie Tierce; Suzanne 
Ainsworth; Nancy Jones; Melinda Moore; Chris Caf- 
fey. THIRD ROW: Natalie Coker; Mary Leigh 
Coker; Donna V. Blount; John Hester; Tom 
Lestrade; John Sanders. FOURTH ROW: Mark 
Jaggers; Ken Pace; Tracey S. Adkins, Chairman; 
Baine Therrell; Hector Laurel; Jeff Goodwin. 



Organizations / 305 



ITY CHOIR 




The MSU Music Department offers 
students the opportunity to participate in 
vocal music activities by joining the 
University Choir. The Mississippi State 
University choir gives students the oppor- 



tunity for enrichment through singing. 
The group, which presents one concert 
each semester, also performs for Scholar- 
ship Recognition Day in the Spring. 
There are no auditions for the choir and 



membership is open to all interested 
students. Members may register for thd 
choir and receive one hour of academic 
credit. 



Kim Alexander, Martin Bell, Sheldon Black, Judy 
Booth, Viveca Boyd, Charles Brown, Jenifer Butts, 
Michael Anne Butts, Scott Caraway, Kaye Clingan, 
Ken Coker, Paul Cook, Cherly Daughdrill, Rachelle 
Easley, Lou Ann English, Allison Eychaner, Angela 
Freeman, Ray Fulcher, Mary Frances Gore, Teri 



Green, Pamela Greene, Lisa Crice, Eve Marie 
Hand, Jenifer Hardin, Beth Harpole, Dorna Henry, 
Sandra Holcomb, Dani Holt, Terry Horack, Angela 
Jefferis, Geno Jones, Jackie Kilgore, William Lee, 
Stephanie Maddox, David Marchetti, Barbara 
McMinn, Danielle McNair, Melanie Miller, Mitch 



Moore, Jeri, Neil, Peggy Offenhiser, Kaye Piner, Marie i 
Prado, Nicole Rowland, Charles Shelton, Lara Shore, i 
Jeff Slaughter, Harold Smith, Jonathan Smith, Mark i 
Smith, Lea Stewart, Ray Still, Diana Vega, Lesll Wood, : 
Kim Woodard. 



306 / Organizations 



MADRIGAL SIN 




For students interested in a small vocal 
nsemble, The Madrigal Singers perform 
ontemporary music as well as traditional 
tadrigal literature. The primary purpose of 
le group is to promote Mississippi State 
fniversity; particularly the arts. Each year 



The Madrigal Singers perform over 30 
concerts and programs throughout the 
state. In addition to various university 
functions, their performances include The 
Madrigal Christmas Dinner, TV Produc- 
tions, The Hanging of the Green and pro- 



grams given for High School and Junior 
College audiences. Membership in the 
singers is by audition. The group is back- 
ed by an instrumental ensemble which in- 
cludes electric piano, guitar, bass and 
drums. 



leldon Black, Gwen Booth, Judy Booth, Viveca Boyd, 
ichael Brown, Scott Caraway, Celia Cook, Lou Ann 
nglish, Allison Eychaner, Jenifer Hardin, Joni Holl- 



inger, Terry Horack, Jackie Kilgore, William Lee, Harold Smith, 
Melanie Miller, Kaye Piner, Stephen Pounders, Lesli Wood. 
Charles Shelton, Lara Shore, Jeff Slaughter, 



Jonathan Smith, Wanda Stewart, 



Organizations / 307 



Kristi Merwin 
Kim Walsh 

Editors 



Names Beginning with the letter: 

A 310 

G 333 

M 351 

S 368 

V 378 



Staff 

Jennifer Lewis 
Vickie McKee 
Leslie Rafidi 
Allyson Rainer 
Fred Williams 



308 / Classes 



Classes / 309 



Abadie 



ABADIE. ELIZABETH ANN, Sr, Columbus. 

MS 
ABBEY. KERRY KAY. So, Brookhavcn. MS 



ABEL. M1TCIE, So, Greenville, MS 
ABIDE. ALBERT KALIL. Jr. Cleveland, MS 



ABLES. DIANE. Jr, Ackerman, MS 
ABLES, TODD. Jr McAdams. MS 



ABRAHAM, TRACY, So, Clarksdale, MS 
ACKER. SUSAN MARIE. Jr, West Point. MS 



ACKERMAN, DAVID CHARLES. Sr 

Mendenhall. MS 
ADAMS, ALICE, So. Memphis, TN 
ADAMS, ANN, Fr, Itta Bena. MS 
ADAMS. BERTHA HELEN, Sr, Nettleton, MS 
ADAMS. DEBORAH, Jr. Kosciusko, MS 
ADAMS, FRANK, So, Columbus, MS 
ADAMS. MITZI LYNN. Jr, Fulton. MS 



ADCOCK. LARRY PAUL. Sr, Canton. MS 
ADDY. VONDA KAYE, Fr, Crystal Sprmos, 

MS 
ADK1NS, TRACEY SCOTT. Jr, Stonewall, MS 
ADKISSON. JANA DEE. Grd, Savannah, TN 
AGEE, MIKE, Sr, Memphis TN 
AGENT, SUZANNE SANDERS. Jr 

Louisville, MS 
AHLRICH. PAUL. So, Vicksburg, MS 



AHMED. AFTAB. Sr, Karachi-Pakistan 
A1KERSON. TERRY, Jr, Cascade, MD 
AINSWORTH. KALA CHARLEAN, Fr 

French Camp, MS 
AINSWORTH, KENNETH EARL. Jr, 

Jayess, MS 
AINSWORTH. TODD. Sr, Starkville, MS 
AKE, CHARLES. So, Long Beach, MS 
AKINS, ROBERT, Jr. Shannon, MS 



AKINS. KENNETH BOYD. Jr. Memphis TN 
AKINS. SUSAN. Jr. Memphis. TN 
ALDREDGE, MELISSA MARCUS, Sr. 

Natchitoches. LA 
ALDRICH, RANDALL, Jr. Birmingham, AL 
ALDRIDGE, ROSS, So, West. MS 
ALEXANDER. DOTTI LOUISE, Jr, Tunica. 

MS 
ALEXANDER III. LEE. So. Brooksville, MS 




310 /Classes 



Arnett 




ALEXANDER, PAM, Sr, Durant, MS 
ALFONZO-PEDRO, NELSON, Grd, 

LaFuente Venezuela 
ALFORD, NAOMI LYN, Fr, Bolton, MS 
ALFORD. TIMOTHY. Sr. Bolton MS 
ALGER, ADAM. So. Hernando, MS 
ALLEN. BETSY. So, Laurel, MS 
ALLEN. DAVID. So, Olive Branch, MS 



ALLEN. HACEY. Sr, Audubon, PA 

ALLEN. JACK, So, Summit, MS 

ALLEN. MELANIE JANE, So, New Orleans. 

LA 
ALLEN, PHIL, Jr. Collinsvffle, MS 
ALLEN, VICKI. Fr. Winona. MS 

ALLISON. ANTHONY. So, Tippo, MS 

ALLRED, MIRIAM LONG, Grd Jacks. n MS 



ALLRED. PEGGY RENEE, Jr, Jackson, MS 
ALONZO. CHRISTOPHER, So, Vicksburg, 

MS 
ALTHEN. DONNA. Fr, Starkville, MS 
ALVIS, JENNIFER, Fr. Jackson, MS 
AMASON, DALE, So, Clinton, MS 
AMOS, MIRANDA, Fr, Falcon, MS 
ANDERSON, BRAD, Sr. Hattiesburg. MS 



ANDERSON. CECIL RYAN, Grd, Macon, MS 
ANDERSON, CHRIS, Jr, Jackson. MS 
ANDERSON, CLIFFORD WEBB JR.. Fr 

Hattiesburg, MS 
ANDERSON, LILLIE, So, Jackson, MS 
ANDERSON, MARK ALLEN, Jr, Brandon, 

MS 
ANDERSON, MELODY SUZANNE, Fr, 

Jackson, MS 
ANDERTON, LAWRENCE, Sr, Vicksburg, MS 



ANDRESS, RUBYANNE. Sr, Vicksburg. MS 
ANDREWS. HARRY, Fr, Clinton, MS 
ANDREWS. LOR1 DIANE, Jr. Columbus, MS 
ANDREWS. MELANIE, So, Starkville, MS 
ANDRIGUETO. DULCE, Grd. Brazil 

ANDRIGUETO. JOSE ROZALVO. Grd, 

Brazil 
ANGER. CAROLINE. Jr, Jackson, MS 



ANGLIN. BONITA GALE, Fr, Holly Springs, 

MS 
ANTHES, KRIS CUNNINGHAM, Sr 

Richmond, VA 
ANTHONY, CINDY, Fr, Louisville, MS 
ANTOINE, LISA HOPE, Fr, Itta Bena, MS 
ANTOON, LOUIS ALAN, Fr, Greenwood. MS 
ARANT, KATHRYN ANNE, Jr, Indianola, MS 
ARCHIE III. CHAD LESLIE, Fr, Corinth, MS 



ARENDALE, WILLIAM MICHAEL. Sr 

Batesville, MS 
ARENDER. KAY, Jr, Brandon, MS 
ARICK, PEGGY, So, Starkville, MS 
ARIKAN, ENDER. Grd, Istanbul-Turkey 
ARINDER, GRANT ALAN, Sr, Columbus, MS 
ARLEDGE, MICHAEL. Fr. Gulfport, MS 
ARMOUR. SHERRY. Jr. Starkville, MS 



ARMSTRONG. AMY, Jr, Starkville, MS 
ARMSTRONG, JoANN, Jr, Jackson, MS 
ARMSTRONG, LcRESA. Fr, Plantersville, MS 
ARMSTRONG. MAURI, Fr, Hazelhurst, MS 
ARMSTRONG, SUZY, Sr, Starkville, MS 
ARMSTRONG, TIM, Sr. Vaiden. MS 
ARNETT. SUSAN. Fr. Yazoo City, MS 



Classes / 311 



Arnold 



ARNOLD. BELINDA ANN, Sr, Nettleton MS 
ARNOLD, ASHLEIGH. So. Jackson MS 
ARNOLD. RALPH RICHARD. Sr. Louisville 

MS 
ARRINGTON, JIM, Jr. Tunica MS 
ARRINGTON.KATHY, So. Quitman MS 
ARRINGTON. TIM, Fr, Clinton MS 
ARSENAULT. MICHAEL GEORGE, Fr 

Attleboro. MA 



ARTHUR. JOHN HERMAN. Sr. Brandon MS 
ARTHUR. LISA ANN. So. Carthage MS 
ASHBY. KIM ELAINE. Sr. Lake Village AR 
ASHBY. SANDRA. So. Tupelo MS 
ASHCRAFT. DELMON ERVIN JR.. So 

Corinth. MS 

ASHCRAFT. KIMBERLY KAYE. Sr 

Warren. MS 
ASHCRAFT. TIMOTHY. So. Kosciusko. MS 



ASHER, CHRIS. So. Jackson MS 
ASHFORD. ANNA ALMA. Sr. Starkville MS 
ASHFORD. CHRISTY MELINDA. So 

Water Valley. MS 
ASHFORD. JAMES KNOX. Fr. Lake Forest 

1L 
ASHLEY, ROBERT, So. Los Angeles CA 
ASHMORE. ALLYSON JO. Jr. Muscle Shoals 

AL 
ASHMORE. STEPHANIE KAY. So Muscle 

Shoals. AL 



ASHMORE. SUSAN. Jr. Indianola MS 
ASKEN. DENNIS JR.. Fr. Jackson MS 
ASSINK, REBECCA. Sr. Wesson MS 
ATHERTON.JUDY.Jr.Brookhaven MS 
ATHERTON, PERRY, Sr. Brookhaven MS 
ATKINS. ANDY SCOTT. So. Columbus MS 
ATKINSON. ELLEN. Jr. Brandon MS 



ATKINSON. TERRY ARTHUR. Sr 

McComb, MS 
ATWELL. KEITH EDMOND. Jr Huntsville 
AL 

AUSTIN, MILLARD RAY JR., Sr Mobile AL 
AUSTIN. STEPHEN SISK. Sr, Scottsboro AL 
AUTRY, NILES PATTERSON JR.. So 

Louisville. MS 
AUTRY, MARK, Jr. Ashland. MS 
AVANT, TIM, Sr, West Point MS 



AVANT, TOMMY, So. Pheba MS 
AYCOCK, MARK DOUGLAS, Jr Inverness 

MS 
AYRES, LEIGH. Fr, Alexandra LA 
BAGWELL. JOHN, Fr, Columbus MS 
BAGWELL. PATTY ELIZABETH. Jr 

Louisv.lle, MS 
BAILEY. ANGELA, Fr. Kosciusko MS 
BAILEY, JACQUELINE LENZETTA, Fr 

Columbus, MS 



BAILEY. JEFF, Sr.Amory MS 
BAILEY. JOHN, Sr, Jackson MS 
BAILEY. MARGARET ANN. Jr Cleveland 

MS 
BAILEY. PERRY. Sr. Calhoun City MS 
BAILEY. TYANNE, Sr. Calhoun City MS 
BAILEY. VICTOR. Jr. Holly Springs MS 
BAILS. ANDREA YALANDA. Jr, Ripley MS 



BAKER, BRETT EILAND. Jr Clinton MS 
BAKER. MARY SUZANNE. So, Vicksburg 

MS 
BAKER. MELISSA GAIL, Jr, Calhoun City MS 
BAKER, POLLY MELISSA, So, Starkville MS 
BAKSA.DAVID. Sr, Pensacola FL 
BALDWIN, JOHNNY RAY, Jr Raleigh MS 
BALDWIN, PATRICK, Jr, Laurel MS 




312 /Classes 



Bell 




BALDWIN, SHEOLER, Jr, Columbus, MS 

BALDWIN. WILLIAM TRENT, Fr. Vicksburg. 

MS 
BALL, FRANKLIN KEITH, So. Jackson, MS 
BALL. GWENDOLYN CHARLETTE, So, N. 

Carrollton, MS 
BALL, JAMES, Fr, Longwood. FL 
BALL. MARY, Jr, Clarksdale. MS 
BALL. MARY ELIZABETH. Fr, Jacksonville. 

FL 



BALL, MICHAEL, Jr, Jackson, MS 
BALLARD, BRETTE, Sr, Jackson, MS 
BALLARD, DEAN1E, Sr. Aberdeen, MS 
BALLARD. DWAYNE. Sr. Jackson, MS 
BARALDI. DAVID, So, Metairie, LA 
BARDWELL, CHERYL, Jr. Starkville, MS 
BARDWELL, JOHN. Jr, Starkville, MS 



BARHAM. EARNEST. So, Philadelphia, MS 
BARHAM. JOHN, Sr, Philadelphia, MS 
BARHAM. REBECCA, Sr, Independence. MS 
BARKER. GREG, Sr, Meridian, MS 
BARLOW, SARAH. So, Jackson. MS 
BARK. CHERYL. So, Brandon, MS 
BARNES. DAVID ALLEN, Sr, Mont.cello. MS 



BARNES. VASSER, Jr, SalBllo, MS 
BARNETT, MARIANNE. Sr, Jackson. MS 
BARR III, JOHN ROBERT, Sr. Brandon, MS 
BARRENTINE. LUCILLE.Sr. Aberdeen. MS 
BARRETT, REBECCA, Jr, MMington, TN 

BARRICK. GREGORY, So, V.cksburg, MS 
BARROW, VERNON, Grd, Starkville, MS 



BARRY, SHANNON, Jr, Starkville, MS 
BARTON, LORAINE. Jr, Vaughan, MS 
BATCHELDER, KRISTEN, So, Starkville, MS 

BATEMAN, BOBBY, Sr, Seminary. MS 
BATEMAN, THOMAS LEE, So, Louisville, MS 
BATES. TIM. Sr, Pheba, MS 
BAXTER. BARRY. Sr. Clinton, MS 



BAZOR. BRANTLEY, So. Waynesboro. MS 

BEACHUM, CHRISTOPHER, Fr. Tupelo, MS 

BEAN, DANIEL. Jr, luka, MS 

BEAN, DEEANNA. Sr. luka. MS 

BEANE, THOMAS CARY, Jr. Lexington, TN 

BEARD, HERMAN RAY, Fr, Jackson, MS 

BEARD, RUTH LYNN, Jr luka, MS 



BEASLEY, JERRY CHARLES, Sr, Tupelo, 

MS 
BEASLEY, JIM SCOTT. Jr, Mantee, MS 
BEASLEY. WINFRED. So, Louise. MS 
BEATTIE. REBECCA, Fr, Starkville. MS 
BEAUDOIN, SUSAN. Sr, Jackson, MS 
BEAVER. CELIA, Sr, Jackson. MS 
BEDDOE. MARC THOMAS, Sr. Waveland, 

MS 



BEDFORD, BEVERLY LYNN, Sr, Starkville, 

MS 
BEERS, MARK ANTHONY. So. Pearl. MS 
BEEVERS, KERRI. So, Cleveland, MS 
BELEW. MARY LYNNE. Fr, Germantown. TN 
BELK III. FRED, Fr. Holly Springs, MS 
BELL. CINDY. Fr, Pontotoc. MS 
BELL, HUGH MARTIN, Jr, Macon, MS 



Classes / 313 



Bell 



BELL. JAMES F. HI. Sr, Biloxi, MS 
BELL, KENNETH EARL, Jr, Myrtle. MS 



BELL. LINDA. Fr. Holly Springs. MS 
BELL. MARVIN LEWIS. Grd, Belzoni, MS 



BELL. MARY. Jr. Starkville. MS 
BELL, ROSIE, Sr. Greenville, MS 



BELL. WILLIAM C. Sr. Starkville, MS 
BELL. WILLIAM SCOT. Sr, Alexandria, LA 



BeLUE. JAMES T„ Sr. Tishomingo, MS 
BENDANA. MARIA FERNANDA. Fr, San 

Pedro Sula. Honduras 
BENNETT, BRADLEY HUNTER, Jr 

Tylertown, MS 
BENNETT. CALLISTA. Sr, Jackson, MS 
BENNETT, DAWN. Sr, Tylertown, MS 
BENNETT, JACKIE B„ So. Aberdeen, MS 
BENNETT. JAMES DANIEL. Jr. Jackson, M 



BENNETT, JODY B„ Jr. Tupelo, MS 
BENNETT. MARSHALL STEVE, So. 

Jackson. MS 
BENNETT. MICHAEL TODD. So, Carthage. 

MS 
BENNETT. PATRICIA JO. Sr, Hamilton, MS 
BENSON. ROBERT, Jr. Ripley, MS 
BERBETTE. CHRIS. Fr. Tupelo, MS 
BERGSTROM. ANNETTE B., Sr. Ocean 

Springs. MS 



BERKLITE. AVA ELLEN, Sr. Pascagoula. MS 
BERKLITE. DAVID E„ Sr. Pascagoula. MS 
BERRY. BOBBY. Jr. Starkville, MS 
BERRY, MELITA ANN. Jr, New Hebron, MS 
BERRY, RUSSELL EUGENE, Jr, New 

Hebron. MS 
BESH. JOHN M„ Fr. Livingston. AL 
BESSELIEVRE, TODD R„ Sr, Cleveland. MS 



BETCHER. RAYMOND. So, Long Beach, MS 
BETCHER. RUSSELL ANDERSON. Fr. 

Long Beach, MS 
BETHANY. ADELE, Jr. Jackson. MS 
BEYER. DESIREE. Jr. Billings, MT 
BIANCA. MARY. Jr, Huntsville, AL 
BICE. GENA, Jr, Starkville. MS 
BIEDIGER. JANET. Sr, Jackson, MS 




314 / Classes 



Boggin 




B1GHAM, MELODY. So, Pontotoc, MS 
BIGHAM. MICHELLE, Fr, Greenville. MS 
BILBRO, CAM. Sr, Carthage, MS 
BILBRO, JENNIFER MARIE, So, Carthage, 

MS 
BILBRO, LAURA ANNE. Jr, Port Gibson, MS 

BILLINGSLEY, JAMES KIMBAL, Sr, 

Senatobia, MS 
BILLUPS. PAMELA ANN. So, Starkville, MS 



BINFORD. MICHAEL ASHTON. Jr, 

Springs, FL 
BINGHAM. TERENCE. Sr, Como, MS 
BIRD, PATRICIA, Sr, West Point, MS 

BISHOP, GEORGE ELLISON II. Fr. 

Columbus, MS 
BISHOP. HOLLY DAWN. Fr. Omaha, 
BISHOP. JULIE, Fr. River Ridge, LA 
BISHOP. MARVA GRACE, Jr. Blloxl, 



BISHOP, PRENTISS WAYNE, Un.on, MS 

BITTNER, ROBERT PAUL. Jr, Brandon, MS 
BIVENS. JIM, Sr, West Point, MS 
BLACK. ANNA MARIE. Sr, Starkville. MS 
BLACK. DEBRA. Fr. Noxapater. MS 
BLACK, JOHN, Sr. Louisv.lle, MS 
BLACK. JULIE RENAE. Jr, Ackerman, MS 



BLACK. LAURA. Fr, Jackson, MS 
BLACK. LULA ANN, Jr, Louisville, MS 
BLACK. PATRICIA ANN. So. Vicksburg. MS 

BLACK. REBECCA, Sr. Math.ston. MS 

BLACK. RONNIE, Sr. Tupelo, MS 

BLACK, SHARON LYNETTE, So, Aberdeen. 

MS 
BLACK. SHELDON, Jr. Ackerman. MS 



BLACK. WALTER.Fr, Macon. MS 

BLACK, WILLIAM DALE. Sr, Vcksburg, MS 
BLACKBURN. JIMMY. So, Newton, MS 
BLACKBURN. WILLIAM MARK. Sr, Walls, 

MS 
BLACKMON. DEBRA ANN. Sr. Collinsville, 

MS 
BLACKWELL. PHYLLIS, Sr, Houma. LA 
BLACKWOOK. JONI LYN, Jr, Falls Church, 

VA 



BLAINE, KENT, Sr, Winona, MS 
BLAIR. CHARLES, Jr, Pinola, MS 

BLAIR, JULIE, Sr, Quitman, MS 
BLAKENEY. FRANK.Jr, Taylorsville, MS 
BLAKENEY, MARY FRANCES, Fr. Macon, 

MS 
BLAND. ROBIN DIANE. Fr, Pickens, MS 

BLANKENSTEIN, BOATNER ALSTON. 

Fr. Natchez, MS 



BLARY. DAVID RUSSELL, Fr Columbus, MS 
BLARY, STEVEN MICHAEL, So, Columbus, 

MS 
BLAYLOCK, MINNIE LORENE, Sr. 

Southaven. MS 
BLOCKER. PETER GRANT, Fr. Crystal 

Springs, MS 
BLOM, MARK, So, Oskaloosa. IA 
BLOUNT. DONNA VALENCIA. Jr, Jackson, 

MS 
BLOUNT. NATHAN, Fr, Greenwood, MS 



BLOWE, PR1SCILLA, Fr, Yazoo, MS 
BLUE, LINDA, So, Long Beach, MS 
BLUM, HANK, So, Columbus. MS 
BOCK, ARLENE ELEANOR, So. Aberdeen. 

MS 
BOCK, ROBERT JR., So, Starkville, MS 
BODET III, ROY, Sr, Grenada, MS 
BOGGIN. STEVEN. Jr, Tupelo MS 



Classes / 315 



Boggs 



BOGGS. STEVEN. Grd. Newark. CA 
BOHRA. GOUTHANI CHANK. Fr, India 
BOLAND. ROBYN LuANNE, So. Columbus. 

MS 
BOLE. MELODY MASHELLE. Fr 

Greenwood, MS 
BOL1AN. JAMES III, Sr, Brookhaven. MS 
BOLIN. JAMES DARRELL, Jr. Starkville, MS 
BOLLAND, JOHN. So. Fayetteville, AR 



BOLLENGER. JAMES DERRON. So 

Carthage. MS 
BOMMER. SUSAN, Fr. Gulfport, MS 
BOND. DAVID. Jr. Jackson. MS 
BOND. JAMES, So. Reynolds, GA 
BONE. WALTER NORRIS. Jr. Lvnchburg, VA 
BONIN. TODD. So, Lafavette. LA 
BONNER. DWAYNE. Jr, Hazlehurst, MS 



BONNEY. DANA. Sr, Quitman, MS 
BONTEMPS. CHARLES ROBERT. Sr 

Ocean Springs, MS 
BONTEMPS, TRACEY ANN. Jr. Fa.rfax. VA 
BOOKER. GEORGE. Jr San Diego. CA 
BOOKER. GEORGE JR., Grd. Durant, MS 
BOOKER. MICHAEL, Sr West Point, MS 
BOONE. BETH, Fr, Jackson. MS 



BOONE. CARIE, Sr, Hazlehurst. MS 
BOONE. CHRIS, Jr, Jackson. MS 
BOONE. ROGGIE HIRAM, So. Tupelo. MS 
BOOTH. JAMES STEPHEN, Sr, Jackson, MS 
BOOTH. JEFFREY ALAN, Fr Clarksdale. MS 
BORDEN. RICHARD JR., Jr Tupelo, MS 
BORUM. JOYCE MARIE. So, Natchez. MS 



BOSWELL. DAVID. Jr. Starkville MS 
BOSWELL. ELIZABETH, Sr. Somerville. TN 
BOTELER, GRANT, So, Jackson, MS 
BOTELER. KEITH. So Florence. MS 
BOUCH1LLON, ANGIE. So. Louisville. MS 
BOUCHILLON. RUSTY, Sr. Starkville, MS 
BOUDOUSQU1E, MARY RENEE, Sr, 
Canton, MS 



BOULWARE, JIMMIE. Sr Clinton MS 
BOULWARE, SARAH. Fr. Clinton, MS 
BOURGEOIS. CHRISTOPHER, Sr 

Waveland. MS 
BOURGEOIS, JOHN, Jr. Pearl, MS 
BOWEN. DONNA KAY. Sr, Decatur. AL 
BOWEN. LOYCE. Fr, Houston. MS 
BOWMAN. BETTY. Sr. Pelahatchie, MS 



BOWMAN, DAVID, Fr. Greenwood. MS 
BOX. ALICE LOUISE, Sr, Prairie, MS 
BOYD, CATHY GAIL, So. Tunica, MS 
BOYD. CHRIS GILBERT, Jr, Canton, MS 
BOYD, DWAYNE. Jr. Summit, MS 
BOYD, EDWARD MATTHEW, So. San 

Antonio, TX 
BOYD. LARA ANN, Sr, Starkville, MS 



BOYD. MARKEATA LYNN, Fr. Monticello. 

MS 
BOYD. SHERRI DENISE, Sr Hamilton, MS 
BOYD, STACY, So. Natchez. MS 
BOYD. STEVEN SHAWN, So. Pascagoula, MS 
BOYK1N. DEE, So, Lucedale. MS 
BOYKIN. KATHY. So, Louisville, MS 
BOYT. DAVID. So. Clinton. MS 




316 / Classes 



Brock 




BOZONE. DAVID MARTIN. Jr. Winona. MS 
BRABSTON. WILLIAM PATRICK. Sr. 

Yazoo City. MS 
BRACKETT, LEA. Sr Jackson. MS 
BRADDOCK. CHARLES M.. Jr. R, P ley, MS 
BRADDOCK. REBECCA, Jr, Ripley. MS 
BRADFORD. JENNIFER, Jr, Meridian, MS 
BRADFORD. KEITH, Jr Jackson MS 



BRADY, BETH, Jr. Columbus, MS 
BRADY, JOSEPH ARMON. Jr Starkvllle, MS 
BRANDON, MICHAEL T., So. Columbus, MS 
BRANDON. RHONDA. Fr, Columbus MS 
BRANNON. BUDDY, Sr Laurel MS 
BRANNON. DAVID HUNTER. Fr 

Southaven. MS 
BRANSCOME, BRAD. Fr, Grenada MS 



BRANTLEY. JEFF D., Sr. Greenville, MS 
BRANTLEY. RODNEY PAUL. Jr Greenville. 

MS 
BRASHER. BRENT S., Sr, Charleston, MS 
BRASHIER, JOHN DAVID. Sr Baton Rouge 

LA 
BRASWELL. CHANDLER EDWARD. So 

Pearl, MS 
BRASWELL, GARY J.. So, Meridian MS 

BRASWELL, LAWRENCE WRAY, Sr. 

Boyle,. MS 



BRASWELL. STEVEN. So, Memphis. TN 
BRAXTON, LAMAR A. JR., So, Natchez, MS 
BRAY, DENA CAROL, Sr, Grenada, MS 
BRAY, HAL, Jr. Columbus, MS 
BRAY, ROSLYN ELIZABETH. Sr, Columbus, 

MS 
BRAZELL. MARK JOHN. Sr, Biloxi. MS 
BREAZEALE, HARVEY, Sr, Laurel, MS 



BREEZE. JEFF, Jr. Stonewall. MS 
BRELAND, MONTE, Sr. Perkinston. MS 
BRELAND. RONALD DALE, Jr. Tupelo, MS 
BRENNER. CAROL ANN, So. Tupelo. MS 
BRENT. MELANIE ROSE. Sr, Greenville, MS 
BREWER, BRIAN, lr, Hernando, MS 
BREWER, KENNETH, Jr Starkville, MS 



BREWER. RONNIE. Sr, Sand Hill, MS 
BREWER, ROY VETO, Jr, Casc.llia, MS 
BREWER, SHAWANA KAYE, Jr West 

Point, MS 
BREWSTER. SHARENCAY. Jr. Jackson, MS 
BRICKMAN, MICHELE, Sr. Hialeah. FL 
BRIDGE. ROBERT BRENT, Fr, Leland. MS 
BRIDGES, DANA ANN, So, Columbus, MS 



BRIDGES. DAVID HENRY. Jr, Philadelphia, 

MS 
BRIDGFORTH. BARRY. Sr, Pickens, MS 
BRIGHT. DEBBIE. Jr, Gulfport, MS 
BRISCOE, RENEE, Sr, Batesville. MS 
BRISTER, BETH, Sr, Pearl. MS 
BRISTER, WATT, Jr, Jackson, MS 
BRISTOW. VANCE, Sr, Tupelo. MS 



BRITT, EDIA ALLISON, So, lndianola. MS 
BRITT, MELANIE, Jr. Jackson, MS 
BRITT, THOMAS HARLAN. Sr, Brooksville 

MS 
BROADWAY, REGINA. Jr, Ridgeland, MS 
BROCK, BETH, Fr, Memphis, TN 
BROCK, DEBBIE, So, Abbeville. SC 
BROCK, KEITH, Jr, Tylertown. MS 



Classes / 317 



Brock 



BROCK. MELANIE KATHRYN, Sr. 

Raymond. MS 
BROCKMAN. ERIC, So. Hattiesburg. MS 



BROCKWAY, THOMAS, So. Germantown, TN 
BRONNENBERG. STEVE, Jr, Meridian, MS 



BROOKS, JAMES. Jr. Louisville, MS 
BROOKS, LYN, Jr. Tupelo, MS 



BROOKS, SANDRA LEE. Sr. Lena MS 
BROOKS. TERRI, Jr, Lena, MS 



BROOME. JULIE ANN. Fr, Pearl. MS 
BROOME. THOMAS, So, Pearl MS 
BROUSSAND, CHARLES RONALD. Fr 

Gulfport, MS 
BROWDER. THOMAS JOE. Fr. Eupora. MS 
BROWER, SANDRA, So, Carrollton, MS 
BROWN, ANDREA. So. Vicksburg. MS 
BROWN, ANGELA CAROL. So Corinth, MS 



BROWN. BRYANT, Sr. Lena. MS 
BROWN, CALVIN, Jr. Houston. MS 
BROWN. CONNIE, Sr. Pascagoula, MS 
BROWN, EDDIE, Fr, Grenada, MS 
BROWN, JAMIE. Fr, Hornell, NY 
BROWN. JAY, Sr, Jackson. MS 
BROWN, JOE, Jr. Clarksdale. MS 



BROWN, JOHN MARK. Sr, Fulton, MS 
BROWN, JOSEPH. Sr, Leland, MS 
BROWN. KAREN ELIZABETH. Fr Eupora, 

MS 
BROWN. KATY. Fr, Starkv.lle. MS 
BROWN. LARRY WAYNE, Sr, Jackson, MS 
BROWN. LEIGH ANN, Jr. Cleveland, MS 
aBROWN, LOUIS NEIL. So, Terre Haute, IN 



BROWN, LYDIA ELIZABETH. Jr, Winona, 

MS 
BROWN. MARK. Jr. Warren. Ml 
BROWN, MARVIN. Sr, Houston, MS 
BROWN. MARY. Sr, Clinton. MS 
BROWN. MICHAEL, Jr. Columbus. MS 
BROWN. RICKEY GENE. Sr. Baldwyn, MS 
BROWN. ROBERT, Sr Memphis. TN 




318 /Classes 



Burns 




BROWN. SANDY LYNN, So, Ocean Springs, 

MS 
BROWN. SHERYL DENISE. Sr, Yazoo, MS 
BROWN, TERRI, Jr, Greenwood, MS 
BROWN, WALTER, Jr Natchez MS 
BROWNER. CHARLES. Grd. Clarksdale, MS 

BROWNLEE. MICHAEL ANTHONY, Sr 

Laurel, MS 
BRUCE, CLARK, Fr. West Point, MS 



BRUCE. HELEN. Jr, Clarksdale, MS 

BRUCE, SANDY ELAINE. Fr, Huntsv.lle. AL 
BRUCE, SHELIA MICHELLE. So, Holly 

Springs, MS 
BRUCE. TINA RENE, Fr, Belzom. MS 
BRUMFIELD, HARRIS. Jr, Inverness, MS 
BRUMFIELD. NELWYN LISA. Sr, Madison. 

MS 
BRUMMETT. STEVEN GLENN, Fr 

Smithfield, NC 



BRUNER. MARY LYNN, Grd, Meridian, MS 
BRUTON. GREG. So, Hollandale, MS 
BRYAN, CHRIS, So, Meridian, MS 
BRYAN, LYNN H. Ill, Sr, Tupelo. MS 
BRYANT, ANTHONY INGRAM. Jr 

Hattiesburg, MS 
BRYANT, ELIZABETH ANN. Sr, Brandon, 

MS 
BRYANT. III. HARRY. Sr, Hattiesburg, MS 



BRYANT, LAURI GAIL, So, Jackson, MS 
BRYANT, LAURIN. Fr, Natchez, MS 

BUCCI. MARGARET ANN. So, V.cksburq, MS 
BUCHANAN. DAVID, So, Huntsv.lle, AL 

BUCHANAN, SHELLI LINN, So. 

Independence, MS 
BURKHALTER. JEANETTE, Jr, Winona, MS 
BUCKLEW. GERALD DENT JR.. Jr, Colhns, 

MS 



BUFKIN. JACK NELSON, Sr, Jackson. MS 
BUFKIN, RITCHIE, Jr, Columbus, MS 
BUFKIN. ROSCOE. Fr, Belzom, MS 
BUFFLER. CORNELIUS MARINE. Jr. 

Gautier, MS 
BUHROW. ROBERT. Sr. Tampa. FL 
BULLOCK. ALLISON. So. Brandon, MS 
BULLOCK. JAMIE. So, Meridian, MS 



BULLOCK. RICKEY LANE. Sr Booneville. 

MS 
BULLOCK JR.. ROBERT. Sr, Meridian, MS 
BULLOCK. TODD, Sr, McComb, MS 
BUNN, RONALD. Fr, Weir, MS 
BURCHAM. DWIGHT, Jr, Tupelo. MS 
BURCHFIELD. TERRY WAYNE, Jr, Rom* 

MS 
BURGE. BARBARA. So, Scott afb, IL 



BURGE. CHESTER. Jr. Baasfield, MS 
BURGE. TIMOTHY RYAN. Sr, McNeill. MS 
BURGESS. ERNIE WHITE, Sr, Greenville, MS 
BURGESS, NINA. Fr, Houston. MS 
BURKARDT. PETER LYNN. Sr, Monroe, MI 
BURKE. CRAIG DENNIS. So, Wesson, MS 
BURLISON, GORDON, Sr. Pascagoula. MS 



BURNETT, DEEDRA INEZ, So. Louisville, MS 
BURNETT, PATRICIA LYNN, Sr, Batesville, 

MS 
BURNETT, RUFUS. Sr, Vero Beach, FL 
BURNHAM. CARL, Sr, Jackson. MS 
BURNHAM. ELLEN DAVIS, Jr, Okolona, MS 

BURNS. ABBY. Fr, Vicksburg. MS 

BURNS. FREDERICK CONNER, Jr, 

Natchez, MS 



Classes / 319 



Burns 



BURNS. JEWEL. Sr, Gullport. MS 
BURNS. TINA, Jr. Kilmichael, MS 
BURNS1DE. BEVERLY L., Sr. Jackson. MS 
BURRELL. JACKEY. So. Gautier, MS 
BURRELL. JIMMY D.. Jr. Kosciusko. MS 
BURRUSS. ROBERT LEE. JR.. Fr, Ashland, 

VA 
BURT. GARY JOE. Grd. Columbia, MS 



BURT, LORI JEAN, So, Eupora. MS 
BURTON, JAMES G., Sr. Fairfax. VA 
BURTON. PATRICIA JANET. Jr. Maben. MS 
BURTON. SHARA LEIGH, Sr, Laurel, MS 
BUSH, BETTY LOIS. Fr Macon, MS 
BUSH, CARLENE, Sr, Starkville. MS 
BUSH. GLENN KEITH. Jr, Huntsvllle, AL 



BUSS. KENNETH J., Sr, Tupelo, MS 
BUSTER, TERESA DIANE, Jr, Jackson, MS 
BUTLER. BECKY D.. Sr, Shuqualak, MS 
BUTLER, JODIE ESTELLE. Fr. Maben, MS 
BUTLER. MARY ELIZABETH, So, Holly 

Springs. MS 
BUTLER. TERESA ANN, Sr. Saltillo, MS 
BUTLER. TERESA ANN. Sr. Maben, MS 



BUTTROSS. BECKY. Sr, Canton, MS 
BUTTS, JAMES K.. Fr, Pascagoula, MS 
BUZHARDT. ELIZABETH ANNE, So 

Jackson. MS 
BUZHARDT, MARY VIRGINIA, Sr 

Jackson, MS 
BYRD, ELISA, Fr, Starkville, MS 
BYRNE. DONALD E., Jr. Natchez. MS 
CADE. WILLIAM, Fr. Greenville, MS 



CAFFEY, CHRIS, So. Lambert, MS 
CAFFEY. SUSAN, Jr. Jackson, MS 
CAGLE. GARY, Sr, Porterville, MS 
CAGLE, JENI M., Sr. Rocky Face, GA 
CAIN. ALLEN. So. Madison. MS 
CAIN, MARY, Sr. Kosciusko, MS 
CALDARELLI. KELLY ANN, Grd, Long 
Beach. MS 



CALDWELL, BEN, Sr, Jackson, MS 
CALLAHAN. RAMON L.. JR.. Sr Jackson. 

MS 
CALLAHAN, CHRIS. Jr, Clinton, MS 
CALLAWAY, AMY, Jr. Starkville, MS 
CALLAWAY. BRYAN. So. Natchez. MS 
CALLEN. CAROLYN. Jr Canton MS 
CALLENDER. JOHN, Columbia. MS 



CALL1COTT, ALAN, Jr, Senatobia, MS 
CALLICUTT. ALICE, So, Holly Springs, MS 
CALLICUTT. WAYBURN. Fr, Holly Springs, 

MS 
CALOMESE. PATRICK, Jr, Baldwyn, MS 
CALVERT. NITA. So, West Point, MS 
CALVERT. ROBERT, Sr. Philadelphia, MS 
CAMBREM, ROBERT, So Robert, LA 



CAMERON, LINDA, Fr. Cleveland. MS 
CAMERON, L. MICHELLE. Sr, Summit, MS 
CAMPBELL. CYNTHIA, Sr. Grenada. MS 
CAMPBELL, DAVID, Sr Columbus. MS 
CAMPBELL, JANET, Jr, Carrollton, MS 
CAMPBELL. ROBERT, Sr. Birmingham, AL 
CAMPBELL, VIRGINIA, Fr. Greenville, MS 




320 / Classes 



Cavazos 




CAMPEALE. ANDREA, Sr, Hamilton, MS 
CANADY. JANA, So. Jackson, MS 
CANNON, FREDERICK, Sr, Brookhaven, MS 
CANNON, GREGG, Fr, Ridgeland. MS 
CANNON, LAWRENCE, Sr, Toomsuba, MS 
CANNON, SHERRY. Sr, Clinton, MS 
CANOVA. EUGENE, Sr, Woodville. MS 



CANOY, MIKE. Fr, Jackson, MS 
CANTRELL II. FELIX, Sr, Aberdeen, MS 
CAPERS. SETH, Sr, Guliporl, MS 
CAR1KER. JUSTIN, Fr, Dundee, MS 
CARLETON. CHARLES. Fr, Vicksburg, MS 
CARLISLE. CHRISTY. So, Fairfield Bay, MS 
CARLISLE. GREGORY, So, Coldwater, MS 



CARLISLE, JULIE. Fr, Hattiesburg, MS 
CARLISLE, PHYLLIS, Sr, Clinton. MS 
CARLETON, KENNETH, Sr, Forest, MS 
CARLTON. FRANK. Jr. Greenville. MS 
CARLTON, SCOTT. Sr. Greenville, MS 
CARLTON. TERRI. Jr, Brownsville, TN 
CARMICHAEL. GERRY. Fr, Quitman, MS 



CARPENTER. BYRNE, Sr, Holly Springs. MS 
CARPENTER, CHRIS, Jr, Madison, MS 
CARPENTER. DAVID. Sr. Fulton, MS 
CARPENTER. GREGORY, Jr, Jackson, MS 
CARPENTER, RICHARD. So. Fulton, MS 
CARR, BECKY, Sr, Tchula, MS 
CARR. JOHN, Fr, Jackson, MS 



CARR. KENNETH, Jr. Morgan City. MS 
CARR, SHERRI, Jr. Gulfport, MS 
CARR, MIKE, Fr. Jackson. MS 
CARR. WANDA. Sr. Ackerman, MS 
CARRILLO. CAROLYN. Fr, Meridian, MS 
CARRITHERS, JOSEPH, Sr, Dennis, MS 

CARROLL, JERRYE. Fr, Smithville. MS 



CARROLL, THOMAS, Sr. Smithville, MS 
CARRON JR., RICHARD, So, Mandeville, LA 
CARTER JR., ALV1N, So, West Point, MS 
CARTER. ANTHONY. Fr, Vicksburg, MS 
CARTER. CYNTHIA. So, Amory, MS 
CARTER, KRISTA, Sr, Sardis, MS 
CARTER, MARK, Sr, Meridian, MS 



CARTER, NATHANIEL, Jr. Vicksburg, MS 
CARTER, SCOTT. Sr, Jackson, MS 
CARTER. WARREN, Jr. Mantee, MS 
CARUSO JR.. CONRAD, Sr, Carnere, MS 
CARVALHO, AFONSO, Sr, Karachi, Pakistan 
CARVER. JEFFREY. So, Meridian, MS 

CARVER, TAMMY, Fr, Duckhill, MS 



CASE, DARRON. So. Brookhaven, MS 
CASHER. DAISY. Sr, Pascagoula, MS 
CASTLE, CHRISTINE. So. Harlow England, 

GB 
CASWELL. WILLIAM. Sr, Pearl, MS 
CATCHINGS, SONYA, Jr. Kosciusko, MS 
CAUSEY, CAROL, Grd. Jackson. MS 
CAVAZOS, MARLA, Jr, Southaven. MS 



Classes / 321 



Caver 



CAVER. BILL, So. Olive Branch. MS 
CAVES. BRONWYN. So. Mad.son. MS 



CAVES. PAUL, Sr. Laurel. MS 
CAWTHON. JACQUELINE, Fr, New Albany. 
MS 



CAZAUBON. CHRISTOPHER, So, Ocean 

Springs, MS 
CHADWICK, CHRISANN, So Australia 



CHAMBLEE. PATRICIA. Sr, Cartha 3 e. MS 
CHAN, HUBERT. Grd. Yazoo City, MS 



CHAN. SUSAN. Jr. Yazoo City, MS 
CHAN, YONG, Grd. Johor Bahru, Malaysia 
CHANCELOR, TODD. Jr. Quitman, MS 
CHANDLER. ANGELA, Sr, Bellefontaine, MS 
CHANDLER. DEBBIE. Grd, Florence. MS 
CHANCELLOR, KATY, So, Laurel, MS 
CHANDLER, J. LYNETTE. Fr, Jackson, MS 



CHANDLER. MICHAEL. Sr Calhoun City MS 
CHANDLER. SANDRA. Sr, Houston. MS 
CHANDLER. SUSAN. So, Birmin 3 ham, AL 
CHANNELL. MICHAEL, Sr, Vicksburg, MS 
CHAPMAN, ANTHONY, Jr. Ocean Springs. 

MS 
CHAPMAN. JOHN, Fr. Jackson. MS 
CHASE. HORACE. Jr, Hazlehurst. MS 



CHASE. ROBERT. Sr. Hazlehurst, MS 
CHATHAM. WILLIAM, Sr, Meridian, MS 
CHATTERTON, PENNY, Jr, Pascagoula, MS 
CHAWLA. RAJESH, Sr. Greenwood, MS 
CHEATHAM. JENNIFER, So. Philadelphia. 

MS 
CHEN, ANDREW, Grd, Taiwan 
CHENNAULT. JOSEPH. Sr, Kilm.chael, MS 



CHERN, JIH-SHIANG, Grd Taiwan 
CHESTEEN. WILLIAM. Jr. Jackson, MS 
CHILLS, CYNTHIA, Fr Ripley MS 
CHINN, SHERYL, Fr, Canton, MS 
CHRISTIAN. GREGORY. Jr, Fulton, MS 
CHRISTOPHER. MARK, Sr. Forrest City AR 
CLAIBORNE. JESSIE, Fr. Vicksburg, MS 




322 / Classes 



Cole 




CLANTON, CANDY, Sr, Calhoun City, MS 

CLANTON, STEPHEN, Fr, Indianola. MS 
CLAPP, TODD. Fr Florence, MS 
CLAPPER. GINGER, Sr. Ridgeland, MS 
CLARK, ANNE, So, Jackson, MS 
CLARK, BARRY. So, Union, MS 
CLARK, BEVERLY, Jr, Waynesboro, MS 



CLARK, BRENDA, Jr, Columbia, MS 
CLARK. GREG, Jr, Tupelo, MS 
CLARK, JOSEPH, Fr, Union, MS 
CLARK, KIM, Fr, Jackson. MS 
CLARK, MICHELLE, So, Birmingham, AL 
CLARK, PHYLLIS. Jr, Jackson, MS 
CLARK. SARA, So. StarkvMe, MS 



CLARK, SUSAN. Fr, Pittsboro, MS 
CLARK. WILLIAM, Sr, McComb. MS 
CLARKE, CAROL, Jr, Greenwood, MS 
CLARKE, CHRISTIE. Jr, Hughes, AR 
CLARKE. CY, So. Jackson, MS 
CLARKE, JOHN, So, Cary, MS 

CLATTERBUCK, RICHARD. So, Slidell 



CLATWORTHY, CHRIS. Jr, Marvell, AR 
CLAY, JOE, Jr, Louisville, MS 
CLAY. JOYCE, Fr, Winona, MS 
CLAY, PAULA, So, Coffeeville, MS 
CLAYBROOK, BETH. Jr, Jackson, MS 
CLAYTON, DREW, Sr, Byhalia, MS 
CLAYTON, THOMAS, Fr, Marks. MS 



CLEMENS, KELLY, Sr, Liberlyville, IL 
CLEMENT, MARIA, Jr, Madison, MS 
CLEMENTS, MELISSA, Sr, Houston, TX 
CLEMENTS, TIM, Sr, Greenville, MS 
CLEMENTS, WALTER, Jr. Jackson, MS 
CLEVELAND, PATRICIA, Sr. Golden, MS 
CLIMER, LORI, Fr, Southaven, MS 



CLINCY, VICTOR, Sr, Jackson. MS 
CLINE, FRANK, Jr, Clinton, MS 
CLINGAN, MARGARET, Sr, Jackson, MS 
CLINTON, JAMES. Sr, Columbia, MS 
CLOWERS. KIMBERLEY. So, Greenwood, MS 
CLOWERS, TERRI, Jr, Greenwood, MS 
CLUTTER, JAMES. Fr. Southaven, MS 



COAKLEY. ROBERT. Sr, Pascagoula. MS 
COALTER, JOHN, Jr, Jackson, MS 
COBB, NICKY, Jr, Greenwood, MS 
COBB. TRACEY, So, Canton, MS 
COCHRAN, DAVID. So, Hollandale, MS 
COCKERHAM. CYNTHIA. Fr. Harrisonburg. 

VA 
COCKRELL. ROBERT. Sr. Long Beach, MS 



COFFEY, ROBERT, Sr. Long Beach, MS 
COIGN, ROBERT, So, Madison, MS 
COKER, BIRGIT. Jr. Southaven, MS 
COKER, HUGH, Jr, Tupelo, MS 
COKER, KENNETH, Fr, Pascagoula, MS 
COKER. MARY. Sr, Pascagoula, MS 
COLE, JOSEPH. Sr, Pass Christian, MS 



Classes / 323 



Cole 



COLE, JOSEPH, Jr, Cleveland, MS 
COLE. THOMAS, Jr Ruth MS 
COLEMAN. BRENDA. Fr. Louisville. MS 
COLEMAN. CATHERINE. So, Louisville, 
COLEMAN. CATHY. Sr. Coffeeville, MS 
COLEMAN. DANNY, So. Natchez, MS 
COLEMAN. DEBRA, Jr, Jackson, MS 



COLEMAN. EMRY. Sr, Drew, MS 
COLEMAN. LOUIS, Sr, Jackson, MS 
COLEMAN, MICHAEL, Jr, Raymond, MS 
COLEMAN, TILDA, Sr, Louisville, MS 
COLLETTE, PERRY. Fr. Florence, MS 
COLLIER. KAREN, Jr, Starkville, MS 
COLLIER. REENA. So, Starkville. MS 



COLLINS, DANIEL, Sr. Jackson, MS 
COLLINS. DEBORAH. Fr, Gulfport, MS 
COLLINS, JAMES, Sr, Starkville, MS 
COLLINS, JILLIAN, Fr. Republic of Panama 
COLLINS. KATHLEEN. Fr. Yazoo City, MS 
COLLINS. CAMILLE, Sr. Marvell, AR 
COLLINS. MARTY. Jr. Jackson. MS 



COLLINS. MARY PAIGE, So, Brandon, MS 
COLLINS. STACY, Fr, Leland, MS 
COLLINS. STEVE, Jr, Starkville. MS 
COLSON, NEAL, Fr, Euless, TX 
COLTHARP, ED, Jr, New Albany. MS 
COLV1N, DAVID, Fr. Meridian, MS 
COMANS. CHARLOTTE. Sr, Decatur, MS 



COMER, MARTY, Fr, Tupelo. MS 
COMPTON. LISA, Sr. Ocean springs, MS 
CONANT, J. B„ Sr. Gautier. MS 
CONN, CHRIS, Jr. Crystal Springs. MS 
CONN, KEITH, Sr. Hattiesburg, MS 
CONNALLY. CHRIS, Fr. Columbus, MS 
CONNER, LESLIE, Jr. Brandon. MS 



CONNER, LISA, So, Collienville, TN 
CONNER. WILLIAM, Fr. Brandon. MS 
CONWAY, NANCY, Sr. Byhalia, MS 
CONWILL. GREG, So, Tupelo, MS 
COOK. CELIA, Jr. Batesville, MS 
COOK, JEFFERY. Jr, Ingomar, MS 
COOK, KIMBERLY, Fr. Southaven, MS 



COOK, PAUL, Sr, Walnut Hill, FL 
COOK, SUSAN, Jr. Vicksburg, MS 
COOL, DONALD, Sr, Vicksburg, MS 
COOLEY. MARTY, Sr. Brookhaven, MS 
COOMBS, CHRISTOPHER, Sr, Blue 

Mountain. MS 
COUNCE, JONATHAN. Sr, Booneville, MS 
COOPER, CHRISTOPHER, Sr Clinton, MS 



COOPER, JOHN, Fr. Brandon, MS 
COOPER. NAN. Jr. Jackson, MS 
COOPER, STEVEN, Jr, Jackson. MS 
COOPER, WILL. Jr. Brandon. MS 
COREY, NANNETTE, So, Starkville. MS 
CORLEY, CHARLOTTE, Sr, Greenwood. MS 
CORLEY, CHRISTY, So. Greenwood, MS 




324 / Classes 



Crepps 




CORNELISON, SHANNON ANN, So, 

Tupelo. Mb 
CORR, ROBIN. Sr Bay Si Louis MS 
CORRERO, KIMBERLY ANN, Fr. Starkville. 

MS 
COSBY, RICHARD SCOTT. Jr, Jackson. MS 
COSMICH, PATRICIA. Jr. Biloxi, MS 
COTHRON. SCOTT. Fr. Cedar Bluff. MS 
COTTEN. JOHN. Jr. Sanatorium. MS 



COTTINGHAM. ALISA. Fr. Grenada MS 
COTTINGHAM, SALLIE. So, Grenada, MS 
COTTON. CAROLYN, Grd. Kosciusko. MS 
COURTNEY, TIMOTHY. So Florence MS 
COVINGTON. BETH. So Louisville. MS 
COVINGTON. JACK. S. Jackson MS 
COVINGTON. CLIFF, So. Union Church, MS 



COVINGTON. CYNTHIA, Fr Aberdeen. MS 
COVINGTON. D1ANNA. Jr, Caledonia, MS 
COVINGTON. JULIA ANN. Sr. Jackson. MS 
COWAN, LeANN. Jr. Philadelphia. MS 
COWARD, ARTHUR DWIGHT, So Pearl. 

MS 
COWART, CYNTHIA. So, Vancleave. MS 
COWDEN. WILLIAM JEFFREY, Sr Pinson, 

AL 



COX. CHANTE LEONTYNE. Fr Ripley MS 

COX. CYNTHIA, Sr. Vicksburg. MS 

COX. DAVID, Sr, Clinton, MS 

COX. GEORGE CLYDE. Sr. Booneville, MS 

COX. JAMES ANDREW. Sr. Ripley. MS 

COX, JEFF DAVID. Jr Brandon MS 

COX, KELLIE BREANNA. Sr Mayersville, MS 



COX. LISA ANN. Jr. Shannon. MS 

COX. LORA. Sr. Carthage. MS 

COX, MARCEIA LOUISE, Jr. Mathiston. MS 

COX, NEAL, Jr, Columbus. MS 

COZART, DAVID THOMAS, Jr Brownsville. 

TN 
CRABB, WADE PATRICK, Sr. Tupelo MS 
CRAFT. KATHY, Sr. Jackson. MS (deceased) 



CRAFT, JOHN DOUGLAS. Sr Memphis. TN 
CRAFT, RENEE, Fr. Ruston, LA 
CRAFT, WILLIAM DONALD. So, New 

Orleans. LA 
CRAGER, CARLA JoANNE. Jr Lucedale, MS 
CRAIG. KENNETH. Jr. Jackson. MS 
CRAIN. JENNIFER ANNE, So. Clinton, MS 
CRANE. JACQUELYN, Fr. Fulton. MS 



CRANE. TAMMY, Sr, Carthage, MS 
CRANEY, HUGH RODGER, Jr. Jackson. MS 
CRAUSBY, KARLA BETH, Fr Pontotoc, MS 
CRAWFORD, CYNTHIA, Sr, Jackson MS 
CRAWFORD, JOHN. Fr, Rolling Fork. MS 
CRAWFORD, LAURA ANN, Sr. Ripley. MS 
CRAWFORD. SANDRA, So, Jackson, MS 



CREECH. GLYNN, Sr, StarkviUe, MS 
CREEKMORE, KAREN DENISE. So, 

Philadelphia. MS 
CREEL, JAMES, So, Huntsville, AL 
CREEL. MELVIN. Sr, Ovett. MS 
CREMER. KENNA DENISE. Jr, Memphis. TN 
CRENSHAW, JOE IRL, Fr, Hernando, MS 
CREEPS. ERNEST LEE. So, Mobile. AL 



Classes / 325 



Crews 



CREWS. MELISSA. So. Vancleave. MS 
CRISTIL. REBECCA. Sr, Tupelo, MS 



CROCKETT. JANICE. Sr. Tupelo. MS 
CROSBY. JONATHAN, So. Scottsboro. AL 



CROSBY. STEPHANIE. Fr, Columbus. MS 
CROSBY. TERESA. So. San Antonio. TX 



CROSSWHITE. CAREN, Fr Brandon MS 
CROWE. DENISE. Jr. Picayune, MS 



CROWE. LORI, Fr, Greenville, MS 
CROWLEY. JEFF, Jr. Slidell. LA 
CROWLEY. VALERIE. Sr Slidell. LA 
CRUBAUGH, DEANNA, Jr. Shannon, MS 
CRUBAUGH. JOSEPH. Fr. Shannon. MS 
CRUDUP. THOMAS. So. Mer,d,an. MS 
CRUMP. BETTY, Sr. Amory. MS 



CRUMP. WILLIAM, Sr. Amory, MS 
CULLINS. EDWARD. So, Marianna, AR 
CULLISON.SARA, Fr.Ocala FL 
CULPEPPER. MICHAEL, Sr, Vicksburg, MS 
CULPEPPER. TANZA. Sr. Greenville. MS 
CULPEPPER. TRACYE, So. Rolling Fork. MS 
CUMBERLAND, DENISE. Jr. Newton MS 



CUMBERLAND. JOHN, Sr. Union. MS 
CUNNINGHAM. BEVERLY, Sr, Starkville. 

MS 
CUNNINGHAM. STEPHANIE, So, 

Columbus. MS 
CUNNINGHAM. VIVIAN, West Point MS 
CURBOW. KAREN, Sr. Pontotoc, MS 
CURL. JACK. Jr, Ocean Springs, MS 
CURRIE. KEITH, So, Caruthersville. MO 



CURTIS. DARYL. Fr, Charlotte, NC 
CUSHMAN, ANGIE. Fr. Omaha NE 
CUTHBERTSON. STEPHANIE, Sr 

Indlanola. MS 
DABBS. DATWIN, Sr, Kosciusko. MS 
DABBS. MARIAN, Sr. Quitman. MS 
DABNEY. EMILY. So. Vicksburg, MS 
DABNEY. JANET, Sr. Morton. MS 




326 / Classes 



DeGruchy 




DAIGLE. KEVIN JEAN. Jr. Picayune, MS 
DALE, DEBORAH, So, Woodville. MS 
DALE, JENNIFER JOYCE, So. Prentiss. MS 
DALE, RICHARD E., St, Hattiesburg, MS 
DALLAS. SUEELLEN. Jr, Jackson, MS 
DALY, JOHN SHAFFER ALLEN. Jr 

Philadelphia, MS 
DALTON. REGINA KAYE. Jr, Mantee. MS 



DALTON. TIMOTHY, So Mantee, MS 
DAMALAS. ALEX H.. Sr. Biloxi, MS 
DANDRIDGE, PAMELA, Sr. Pontotoc, MS 
DANIEL, MARCUS E., Sr, Ashland, MS 
DANIELS, TIMOTHY REED. Jr, Jackson. MS 
DANNER. STEPHANIE DENISE. So, 

Hamilton, MS 
DARNELL, TIM, Grd, DeKalb, MS 



DAUGHERITY, BUBBA, Fr, Memphis, TN 
DAUGHETY, PAULA. Jr, Jackson, MS 
DAVENPORT, CANDACE M., So, Cedar 

Bluff, MS 
DAVIDSON, CHARLES, Jr, West Point MS 
DAV1LA, DAVID, Jr. Venezuela 
DAVIS. ALV1N. So, Durant. MS 
DAVIS. CHARLES GREGORY. Fr. 

Southaven, MS 



DAVIS. DEBIA RENEE. Fr, Pascagoula, MS 
DAVIS. DON C, Sr, Wiggins, MS 
DAVIS, DONNA, Jr, Kosciusko. MS 
DAVIS. DONNA SUE. Sr, Jackson. MS 
DAVIS. DANNY W., Sr. Natchez, MS 
DAVIS. HEATHER E.. Jr, Madison, MS 
DAVIS. JAMES LEE. Jr, Byhalia, MS 



DAVIS. JANEEN ALYSON. Jr. Pickens, MS 
DAVIS.JoANN. Jr, Jackson, MS 
DAVIS. JOHN DANIEL IV. Fr, Jackson, MS 
DAVIS. JOHN PAUL. Sr, Jackson, MS 
DAVIS. JOSEPH KEITH, So, Ocean Springs. 

MS 
DAVIS, KAREN JOYCE, Jr, Pascagoula, MS 
DAVIS, LEAH, Jr, Fort Smith, AR 



DAVIS, LORI LYN, Fr, Madison, MS 
DAVIS. MARGARET LESA, Sr, Eupora, MS 
DAVIS. MAX HOWARD. Jr, Pensacola, FL 
DAVIS. PATRICK A.. So, Jackson, MS 
DAVIS, RONDA LYNELLE. So, Coliinsville, 

MS 
DAVIS. WILLIAM THOMAS. So, Lucedale, 

MS 
DAWSON. JONATHAN ERIC. Sr, Walls MS 



DAY. TODD ALLEN. Sr, Jackson, MS 
DEAN. JOSEPH LEE. Fr, Gulfport, MS 
DEAN. LESLIE. So, Columbus, MS 
DEAN. REGINA JOANNA. Fr, Mantee, MS 
DEAR. BETH. Jr. Jackson. MS 
DEAR. DAVE D., Fr. Jackson, MS 
DEATON, PHILLIP SCOTT, Fr. Hazlehurst. 
MS 



DEBNATH, SUKUMAR CHANDRA, Grd, 

Bangladesh 
DECELL, DOTTIE S., So, Vicksburg, MS 
DEES, M. LOUANN, So. Meridian, MS 
DEES, PENNY LYNETTE. Fr. Canton. MS 
DEES. THOMAS JAY. So Slidell, LA 
DeGROOTE, JOHN SABINE, So. Hurley. MS 
DeGRUCHY, DONNA, Sr, Vicksburg MS 



Classes / 327 



Dempsey 



DEMPSEY. LESA. Jr. Louisville. MS 
DENDY. JOHN. Jr. Woodland. MS 
DENDY. ROBERT, Jr. Southaven, MS 
DENGEL, WENDY. Jr, Pascagoula, MS 
DENSON. CRAIG. Sr, Starkville, MS 
DENSON. KIMBERLY, Jr. Jackson, MS 
DENT, DAVID, Sr. Jackson. MS 



DENT, DAVID. Jr. Quitman. MS 
DENTON. DODD. Jr. Gonnison. MS 
DERBY. SAM, Sr, Vicksburg. MS 
DESROCHERS. SANDRA, Fr, Long Beach. 

MS 
DETTOR. ANITA. Jr. Sardis. MS 
DEVINE. MARY. Sr. Stewart, MS 
DEVINE, SHARON, Sr, Milwaukee. Wl 



DEVINE. TIMOTHY. Jr, Chickasaw, AL 
DICKERSON, MICHAEL, Fr Durant, MS 

DICKERSON, MIKE. Jr. Jackson MS 
DICKERSON, TONI. So. Kosciusko. MS 
DICKERSON, ZENA. Sr. Columbus, MS 
DICKSON. DAVIS. So, Crystal Springs, MS 
DICKSON. JAMY, So, Jackson, MS 



DICKSON. JOHN. Sr. Jackson. MS 
DIETZ. DIANNE. Fr. Burlington. WI 
DIETZ, JOSEPH, So. Burlington. Wl 
DiGlACOMO. JOSEPH. Sr. Biloxi. MS 
DILL, KIM, Sr. Pass Christian, MS 
DILL, PATRICIA, Jr, Amory, MS 
DILLARD. JOCEPHUS, Jr, Potts Camp, MS 



DILLENBECK, LORELEI. Sr Gulfport, MS 
DILLINGHAM. BETHANY. Fr. Natchez, MS 

DILLINGHAM. LISA. Jr Natchez MS 
DILLON, WESLEY, Jr, Magnolia. MS 
DIL WORTH. LYLE, Fr. Shelby. MS 
DILWORTH, SHERRY. Jr. Shannon, MS 
DI MICHELE. ANDREW, Sr, Scooba, MS 



DIMOND. EILEEN. Fr. Brandon, MS 
DiSTEFANO. JOEY, Sr, Natchez, MS 
DIXON, CHRIS, Grd, Yazoo City, MS 
DIXON, ELIJAH, Fr, Gulfport, MS 
DIXON, GLENDA, Grd, Starkville, MS 
DIXON. JAMES. Sr, Bradford, PA 
DIXON, KARLA. Jr. Stringer. MS 



DOBBS. DEBBIE, So. Purvis. MS 
DOBBS. RITA, Grd. Philadelphia. MS 
DOBBYN. RUSSELL. Jr. Gulfport, MS 
DODD. DAVID. Fr. Starkville. MS 
DODD, JIMMY. So. Kosciusko. MS 
DODSON. CYNTHIA. Jr. Pearl. MS 
DOERNER, STEVEN. Fr, Memphis, TN 



DOGAN, ROBERT, So, Charleston, MS 
DOLER, AMELIA, Sr. Calhoun City. MS 
DOMINO. FRANCIS, Sr. Midnight. MS 
DONALD, CAROLE, Sr. Quitman. MS 
DONALD. CYNTHIA. So. Louisville. MS 
DONALD. DAVID, Sr, Port Gibson. MS 
DONALD, DUDLEY. Jr, Quitman, MS 




328 / Classes 



Earnest 




DONALD, MIKE, Jr. Philadelphia, MS 
DONG, RANDALL, So. Jackson. MS 
DORITY, VICKIE, Sr, Hernando. MS 
DORIZAS, IRENE, So, Jackson, MS 
DOSS, DELORIS. Sr, West Point, MS 
DOTSON, LESLEY, So. Jackson. MS 
DOTY, DANNY, Sr. Ethel, MS 



DOUGHTY, DONNA, Sr. Reform, AL 
DOUGHTY, SUSAN, Jr, Raleigh, NC 
DOUGLAS. MICHAEL, So, Columbus, I 
DOVE, GREG, Jr, Vicksburg, MS 
DOWDLE, LEAH, Sr. Kosciusko, MS 
DOWNING. LEIGH. Fr, Columbus, MS 
DOWNING. LYDIA. Sr. Vicksburg. MS 



DOWNING. PATRICIA, Jr. Greenville. MS 
DOWNS. DONALD, Sr. Batesville, MS 
DOWNS. MELISSA. Sr, Batesville. MS 
DOWSING, CECELIA, Jr. Holly Springs, MS 
DOYLE, MICHAEL, So, McComb, MS 
DOYLE. TARA, Jr. Jackson, MS 
DOZIER. MARCIA, Sr, Eupora, MS 



DRAKE, EDUARDO, So Vicksburg, MS 
DREHER. MELODIE, So. Moss Point, MS 
DuBARD. GREGORY. So. Carrollton. MS 
DuBOIS. MARCUS, Fr. Southaven, MS 
DUBRA. SEAN. Fr, Gulfport, MS 
DUBUISSON, BARRY. Sr. Vicksburg, MS 
DUCK. ALISA. Jr, Natchez. MS 



DUCKETT. NANCY, Sr, Ocean Springs, MS 
DUCKWORTH, SUSAN. Fr, Shreveport, LA 
DUCKWORTH, TED, Fr Shreveport, LA 
DUDLEY, JOANNA, Jr, Scooba, MS 
DUFF, ANDREW, Sr. Pontotoc. MS 
DUGGANS, ANGELA. Fr, Columbus, MS 
DUKE, TRACY, Sr, West Point, MS 



DUKEMINIER, WALKER. Jr. Aberdeen, MS 
DULIN. ADELE. So, Itta Bena, MS 
DUMAS. CARRIE, Sr, Mobile. AL 

DUMAS. JOY, Sr, Prentiss, MS 
DUMAS, RUSS, Jr, Prentiss, MS 
DUNCAN, PAUL. Sr. Carthage, MS 
DUNCAN. TOM, Jr. Brookhaven, MS 



DUNGAN, LESLIE, So. Prentiss. MS 
DUNN, THOMAS, Sr, Indianola, MS 
DUNNAM. RANDY, Jr, Ripley, MS 
DUNSTON, JOSEPH, Jr. Morton, MS 

DUSANG JR.. LOUIS, Sr. B.loxi. MS 
DYE, LISA, Fr, Southaven, MS 
DYER. LORI, Sr. Tupelo. MS 



DYER. MICHELLE, Fr, West Point, MS 
DYER. SUSAN. Jr, Houston, MS 
DYKES, DARRYL, Sr, Tylertown, MS 
DYKES, ELIZABETH, Jr, Newheloron, MS 
DYKES, TAMMY, Jr, Heidelberg. MS 
EARNEST, MELONDY, Jr, Cumberland, MS 
EARNEST, TERRI, Fr, Eupora, MS 



Classes / 329 



Easley 



EASLEY. SHERYL. Jr. Plantersville, MS 
EASOM. KAY-LYNN, Fr. Jackson, MS 



EAST, ALLEN, Sr, Gulfport, MS 
EAST. WARREN, Jr. Columbus. MS 



EASTERL1NG, DARRYL, So, Jackson MS 

EAVENSON. LINDA. Sr. Southaven, MS 



EAVES, CHRIS. Jr. West Point, MS 
EAVES. JUANITA. Fr, Louisville, MS 



ECKERT, RICHARD, Sr, Ocean springs, MS 
EDMONDS, TAMMY, Sr, Ackerman. MS 
EDWARDS. BEVERLY. So, Louisville, MS 
EDWARDS, DIANA. Sr Maben, MS 
EGOLF. PAMELA, So, Landisburg. PA 
EFFENDI. LUTFI, So. Starkville, MS 
EGGER. SHERRY, Sr, Picayune. MS 



EGLEY, GRANT, Jr, Leland, MS 
EHERENMAN, DAVID. Sr, Bloomington, IN 
EILAND, BRENT, Fr, Clinton, MS 
EILAND. LYNN, Sr, Sturgis, MS 
EILAND, ROBERT, Sr. Drew, MS 
ELAM, HENRY, Jr. Jackson, MS 
EL-ATTAR. SUMAYA, So, Starkville MS 



ELDRIDGE, MARY, Fr, Yazoo City MS 
ELLINGTON. GWYN. Sr. Kosciusko, MS 
ELLIOTT, CAROL. Jr Meridian MS 
ELLIOTT. KIM, So. Atlanta. GA 
ELLIS, JARED, Fr. Port Gibson. MS 
ELLIS, SHERRY, Fr. West Point. MS 
ELLIS. TAMMY, So, Lambert. MS 



ELMORE, JAMIE, Jr. Brandon. MS 
ELMORE, MELANIE, Fr. West Point, MS 
ELSESSER, JACKIE. Jr, Jackson. MS 
ELSESSER. WILLIAM. Fr, Jackson, MS 
EMERSON. SUSAN. Fr. Hattiesburg MS 
EMERY. KEVIN, So. Gautier, MS 
EMMERKE. MARC, So. Birmingham, AL 



330 / Classes 




Fields 




ENGLAND, PATRICIA, So Kosciusko. MS 
ENGLISH, WILLIAM, Sr. Laurel, MS 

ENTREKIN, ROMNEY HASTINGS, So, 

Columbia, MS 
EPES, PIERCE. Fr, Helena, AR 
EPPS, SAMUEL, Jr, Greenvile, MS 
ERICKSON, THOMAS. Sr, Yazoo City, MS 
ERVIN. PHILLIP PATTON, Jr, Sturgis, MS 



ERWIN. JAMIE. So. Tunica, MS 
ESCALANTE, GUILLERMO. Jr, Jackson, MS 
ESCALANTE, JAVIER, Sr Jackson, MS 
ESKRIDGE, ELIZABETH. Sr Winona. MS 
ESTES, JOHN KENNEDY JR., Grd. 

Shannon, MS 
ESTHER, CATHY. Fr. Starkville. MS 

ETHRIDGE, SHIRLEY MARLENE, So, 

Picayune. MS 



ETHRIDGE. WILLIAM WAYNE JR.. Sr 

Collmsville, MS 
EVANISH, MICHAEL DOUGLAS, Fr 

Gullport, MS 
EVANS, CHARLES CHRISTIAN, Jr luka, 

MS 
EVANS, DAVID. Fr, Clarksdale. MS 
EVANS. JOHN MICHAEL. Jr Carthage MS 
EVANS, SHELLEY ANN. Jr, Jackson. MS 
EVERETT, JOEL BRENT, Jr, Magee, MS 



EVERITT. JAMES, Jr, Prentiss, MS 
EVERS, ROBERT. So, Memphis, TN 
EZELL, DAVID, Jr, Columbus, MS 

EZELLE, KENDALL GLENN. Sr, Meridian, 

MS 
EZELLE, SHARON. Sr, Forest, MS 
EZZELL. DOUGLAS, Fr, Red Bay, AL 
FAIL, PHYLLIS, Jr, Jackson, MS 



FAIRCHILD, ROY ADRIAN. So, Brookhaven, 

MS 
FARLEY, CONNIE RENEE. Sr, Maben. MS 
FARLEY. ROBERT EDWARD, Sr. Byhalia, 

MS 
FARLOW, JAN MARIE. Sr, Jackson, MS 
FARRAR. BARRY, So, Fulton, MS 

FARRAR, JAMES RICHARD JR., Jr, 

Fayetteville, TN 
FARRAR. SARA ELIZABETH. Fr 

Fayetteville, TN 



FARRIS-SMITH, LINDA LEE. Grd 

Brookhaven. MS 
FARRIS. RENEE. Jr, Jackson, MS 
FARR1S, THOMAS, Jr Jackson. MS 
FARRISH. JULIE ANN. Sr, Decatur, AL 
FAULKNER, KENNETH LEE, Jr, Woodland, 

MS 

FAULKNER, MICHAEL, Jr Meridian. MS 
FAULKNER, MICHAEL D.. Fr. Meridian, MS 



FAVA, MARY JO, Jr. Shelby, MS 

FAVORS, BARRY WARD, So, Ocean Springs, 

MS 
FAVRE, DANA. So. Bay St. Louis, MS 
FENDLEY, GEORGE. Sr, Columbus, MS 
FERGUSON, BRUCE. Jr Brandon, MS 
FERGUSON. SCOTT. Sr. Kosciusko, MS 
FERGUSON. N. C. JR., Jr. Hernando, MS 



FERGUSON, TISHA JENAN, So, Winona, MS 
FERNANDO. INDRASIRI. Grd, Dehiwala-Sri 

Lanka 
FERRELL, CYNTHIA NOLA, Jr, Clinton, MS 
FERRELL, RICKY. Sr Sturgis, MS 
FIELDS. MELBA REE. Sr, Mantee, MS 
FIELDS, PAUL. Fr. Dyersburg, TN 
FIELDS. WINFRED. So, Belzom, MS 






Classes / 331 



Files 



FILES. SCOTT DEL. Jr. Meridian MS 
FILLEBAUM. CATHY. Sr. Vicksburg, MS 
F1SACKERLY. HALEY REEVES, So, 

Columbus. MS 
FISCHER. TIMOTHY GENE. Sr, Ellisville, MS 
FISHER. JAMES. Sr, Amory. MS 
FISHER. BRENDA JEAN. Fr, Starkville. MS 
F1HS, MYRA. Fr.Byhalia, MS 



FLANAGAN, MARGARET, Jr. Greenwood. 

MS 
FLEMING. KIMBERLY HOPE. So. Starkville. 

MS 
FLESHER. SANDRA LYNN. Grd, Olive 

Branch. MS 
FLETCHER. JOAN KIRKLAND, Jr Clinton, 

MS 
FLETCHER, WILLARD U. Ill, So Baldwyn, 

MS 
FLIPPO. LARRY, Fr, Amory MS 
FLIPPO, MARY JILL, Jr, Florence, AL 



FLOWERS. JERRY ADAMS, Sr Winona. MS 
FLOWERS. JOHN. Sr, Winona, MS 
FLOWERS. LARRY, So. Natchez. MS 
FLOWERS. MATTSON. Sr. Tunica, MS 
FLOWERS, TERI. So, Durant, MS 
FLOYD. TERRY. Sr. Heber Springs, AR 
FLYNN. LANCE ALLEN. So. Memphis. TN 



FONDREW. MACK. Jr. Mathiston. MS 
FONG, JACQUELINE, Fr, Hughes. AR 
FOOSHEE, SHARON KAYE, Grd. Clinton, 

MS 
FORAN, ALLISON RAE, Jr, Marvell, AR 
FORD, DANA. Jr. Lake Village. AR 
FORD. DAVID. Sr Pascagoula, MS 
FORD, NORMAN, Jr, Columbus. MS 



FORD. JEFF. Jr, Clinton, MS 

FORD, NORMAN GIBSON, Sr. Vicksburg, MS 

FORD, RUSSELL. Fr. Woodville, MS 

FORD, SHERRI, Sr. Tupelo, MS 

FORD, TERRY, Jr, Jackson, MS 

FORD. WADE, Sr. Jonesboro, AR 

FOREMAN. DOUGLAS LAMAR, Sr, Ellicott 
City.MD 



FOREMAN. SHEILA, Jr, Jackson, MS 
FORET. REBECCA, Fr Jackson, MS 
FORETICH. CHARLES, Jr, Gulfport, MS 
FORETICH, RICHARD, Fr, Gulfport, MS 
FORKIN, SUSAN, Sr, Jackson, MS 
FORMBY. LOURIE, Jr Picayune. MS 
FORRESTER, JENNIFER, Fr Clarksdale. MS 



FORTENBERRY, DAVID ROBIN. Jr, 

Hattiesburg. MS 
FORTENBERRY. LEIGH ANDREA. So, 

Vicksburg, MS 
FORTENBERRY. KAREN, Grd. Gulfport, MS 
FORTMAN, MONICA, So, Corinth, MS 
FOSHEE, LESLIE, Sr, Jackson. MS 
FOSTER. DOROTHY MARIE. Jr, Corinth, 

MS 
FOSTER. HOPE, So. Jackson. MS 



FOSTER, JENNIFER, Sr. Corinth, MS 
FOSTER. SANDI. Jr. Monticello, MS 
FOWLKES. LISA, Fr. Amory. MS 
FOX, FRANCINE, So. Port Gibson. MS 
FOX, JERRY WILLIAM JR., Sr. DeKalb, MS 
FRAME. KIMBERLY DIANE. Jr. Greenwood. 

MS 
FRANCIS. OWEN PATRICK. Jr. Gulfport, 

MS 




332 / Classes 



George 




FRANKE. JOHN, Sr. Amory. MS 
FRANKLIN. MICHAEL. Sr. Northport. AL 

FRANKLIN, PAULA, Fr Pearl MS 
FRASER, RAYMOND, Sr Columbus. MS 
FRAZ1ER, ALLISON, Fr, Greenville MS 
FRAZ1ER, PATRICIA. Jr, Meridian MS 
FRAZIER. TYSON, So. Gulfport. MS 



FRAZ1ER. WILLIAM, Jr Jackson MS 
FREEMAN, CYNTHIA. Fr, New Orleans. LA 
FREEMAN. LYNN, So. Picayune. MS 
FRENCH. CYNTHIA, Sr Jackson. MS 
FREY. FRANCES. So. Hollandale. MS 
FRICKE, SUSAN, So. Pearlington MS 
FRISON. DEBRA. So Pontotoc MS 



FRITCH, THOMAS, Fr. Aberdeen. MS 
FRYE, LOMAN. Jr. Jackson. MS 
FULCHER. SUSAN, So. Louisville. MS 
FULCHER, MICHELLE, Sr Louisville. MS 
FULGHAM. KEN. Jr. Hazlehurst. MS 
FULLILOVE. PAULA. Fr. Winona. MS 
FULTON. ALICE, Jr. Greenwood. MS 



FULTON, MICHAEL, Jr. Greenville. MS 
FULTON. MELINDA. Fr. Philadelphia. MS 
FURCHES, CHANDRA. Fr. Crystal Springs. 

MS 
GAILLARD. CHUCK, Fr Greenville. MS 
GALBREATH. DONALD, Sr, Vicksburg. MS 
GALBREATH. TWYLA. Sr Tupelo, MS 
GAL1NSKY. FRANK. So. Columb is. MS 



GAMBLE. EDDIE. Fr, Hernando, MS 
GAMM1LL. ROBERT. Jr Ha.-lehurst. MS 
GAMMON. WILLIAM. Sr. Corinth. MS 
GANT. ALAN S . Grenada. MS 
GANT. LISA, Jr. Winona. MS 
GARDNER. DANNY. Jr. Walnut Grove. MS 
GARDNER. GINGER, Jr, Jackson, MS 



GARDNER. LYNN. So. Natchez. MS 
GARRARD, GAY. Jr, Starkville, MS 
GARRETT. CAM, Sr. Greenwood, MS 
GARRETT. STEPHANIE. So. Meridian. MS 
GARRIS. SAM, So. Leroy. AL 
GARRISON. ANGELA. Sr. Ashland. MS 
GARRISON. LYDIA. So Ashland, MS 



GARRISON. SONDRA. Jr Ashland MS 
GARTRELL. TODD, Fr Meridian, MS 
GATES. FREDERICK. Sr, Jackson, MS 
GATES. PRINCESS. So. West Memphis, AR 
GATEWOOD, WILLIAM, Jr, Forest, MS 
GATHINGS. JAMES, So, Jackson, MS 

GATHRIGHT. ROBERT, Sr. Crossett ar 



GAUDE. KURT, Fr, Natchez, MS 
GAY. MICHAEL, Fr Petal. MS 
GEE, JAY. Fr. Sumner. MS 
GELET. DAVID. So. Gulfport. MS 
GEMENT. PEGGY, So. Mandeville, LA 
GENTRY, WILLIAM, Sr, Fayette, AL 
GEORGE. DAVID. Fr, Gulfport, MS 



Classes / 333 



Germany 



GERMANY. DONALD, Jr, Union. MS 
GERMANY. SHANDA, Fr. Natchez. MS 



GERTS1S. DIMITRIS. Si, Thessaloniki. Greece 
GETT1ES, WANDA, Sr, Tupelo, MS 



GETTINGS, GREG, Fr, Columbus, MS 
GHAVIMI, BAHMAN, Grd, Tehran, Iran 



GIACHELLI, PAM, So, Indianola, MS 
GIBBS. JANICE, Jr, Pensacola, FL 



GIBBS. MELISSA. Grd. Pensacola, FL 
GIBBS. RICHARD, Jr Memphis, TN 
GIBSON, DAN. So, Jackson, MS 
GIBSON. GINGER, Sr Newton, MS 
GIBSON. JIMMY. Jr, Meridian, MS 
GIBSON, JOHN, Jr, West Point, MS 
GIBSON, JUDITH. So Eupora, MS 



GIBSON. KENNETH, So, Tomnolen, MS 
GIBSON, TERRY, Jr. Brookhaven, MS 
GIEGER, CHIP, Sr Laurel MS 
GILBREATH, GERALD, Jr. Hernando, MS 
GILDER, TIMOTHY, Sr, Greenville. MS 
GILES. DAVE, So, Amory. MS 
GILL, WILLIAM, Jr. Raymond, MS 



GILLIAM, KATHERINE, So, Vicksburg MS 
GILLIAN, JENNIFERM, Fr, Clinton. MS 
GILLILAND, CAROL, Jr Wilton, CN 
GILLILAND. JERRY. Jr Yazoo City, MS 
GILLIS. LISA, Sr, Starkville, MS 
GILMORE, VIVIAN, Jr, Sebastopol, MS 
GIVAN, DANIEL. Fr, Anderson, IN 



GIVAN III, THURMAN. Sr, Cold Spring 

Harbor, NY 
GIVHAN, JUANDALYNN, Fr, Greenville 
GLADNEY, MICHAEL, Fr, Aberdeen, MS 
GLEASON. GARY. Jr. Clinton, MS 
GLOVER, TRACY, So, Saltillo, MS 
GOFF, MISSY, Jr, Tupelo, MS 
GOFF, KENNETH, Jr. Vancleave. MS 




334 / Classes 



Gregory 




GOFF. STACEY, So, Wade. MS 
GOFF, TRAVIS. Jr. Pascagoula. MS 
GOH, GIM, So, Malaysia 
GOINS. KEVIN, Jr, Hatticsburg. MS 
GOLDEN, WILLIAM, Jr. Cullman. AL 
GOOD. DONNA, Sr, P.cayune. MS 
GOODIN, CYNTHIA. Sr Louisville. MS 



GOODWIN, CYNTHIA, Sr, Louisville, MS 
GOODIN, GARY, Jr, Preston, MS 
GOODMAN, KENNETH. Jr. Quitman, MS 
GOODWIN, ANGELA. Jr. Jackson, MS 
GOODWIN, BARRY. Grd, Titusville, FL 
GOODWIN, CARMEN, Jr, Jackson, MS 
GOODWIN, JEFFREY, Fr. Brandon, MS 



GOOLSBY, MICHAEL, Jr, Carthage. MS 
GORDON. DEBBIE, Fr, Columbus. MS 
GORDON, DEBORAH. Sr. Ackerman, MS 
GORDON. MICHAEL, Fr. Greenville. MS 
GORE, MARY, So. Ridgeland, MS 
GORE, PHILIP, Jr. Clinton, MS 
GORE. SHERRY. Sr, Columbus, MS 



GORY, JOHN. So, Tupelo, MS 
GOSA, SANDRA, So, Amory, MS 
GRABEN, JOSEPH, Sr, Gulfport, MS 
GRADY, NED, So, Corinth, MS 
GRAFTON, ELLEN, Jr, Vicksburg, MS 
GRAFTON. KIMBLE. Sr. Laurel, MS 
GRAHAM. MICHAEL, Sr. Stringer. MS 



GRAHAM, JOHN, So, Senatobia, MS 
GRAHAM. JUANITA, Jr. Myrtle, MS 
GRAHAM, PAUL. Sr, Senatobia, MS 
GRAHAM, RANDALL, Sr, Heidelberg, MS 
GRANGER, SANDRA. Fr, Madison, AL 
GRAVES, LEIGH, So, Starkville, MS 
GRAVES, LORRIE, Fr, Jackson, MS 



GRAVES, VICKI, Sr, Clinton. MS 
GRAVES, WILLIAM. Sr, Jackson. MS 
GRAY, DALE, Sr, Corinth. MS 
GRAY, EMILY, Sr, Fulton, MS 
GRAY, KIMBERLY, Jr, Roswell, GA 
GRAY, TANYA, So. Belzoni, MS 
GRAY, TED, Fr, Jackson, MS 



GRAYER, MESHELL. Fr. Starkville, MS 
GRAYS. VENITA, Jr. West Point, MS 
GREEN, CARMEN, Jr, Clinton. MS 
GREEN, SUSAN, Grd, Meridian. MS 
GREEN, THOMAS, So. West Point, MS 
GREENE, RONNIE, Fr. Bellwood, AL 
GREENE, CHARLES, Jr, Starkville, MS 



GREENE, HENRY, So, Sebastopol, MS 
GREENE, MELODY, Jr. Ackerman. MS 
GREER, ARETHA, So, Holly Springs, MS 
GREER. DEBORAH, Jr, Jackson, MS 
GREER, SANDRA, Sr, Tupelo, MS 
GREGG, MARCUS, Jr, Noxapater, MS 
GREGORY, CHEREE, Jr. Fulton. MS 



Classes / 335 




GRIGGERS, LEIGH. Fr. Greenville, MS 
GRIMES. JOHN. Jr, Philadelphia. MS 
GRIMES. ROBERT. Sr, Billings MO 
GRIPENSTRAW, GRETA, Sr, Columbus. MS 
GUARINO, MICHAEL. Si. Chalmette. LA 
GUESS. CINDY, So, Jackson. MS 

GUESS. TENA. Jr. House, MS 



GUILARTE. ELEAN, Grd, Venezuela, Lara 
GUILARTE, ROMULO. Grd. Venezuela 
GUION. WILLIAM. Sr, Yazoo City. MS 
GULLAHORN. JOHN. So, Cuba. AL 
GULLY. SONIA. So, DeKalb. MS 
GUNN, JACQUELINE. Sr, Okolona, MS 
GUNN, RUTH. Sr. Houston, MS 



GUNN. SHERYL, Fr, West Point. MS 
GUNNING. SHARON. Sr. Natchez, MS 
GUSLER. LEE. Jr. Colts Neck. NJ 
GUTHRIE. MARGARET, Jr. Port Gibson, MS 
GUYTON. EVERETT, So, Columbus. MS 
GWALTNEY. RALPH. Sr Aplson, TN 
HACKMEYER, BROOKE. So. Memphis. TN 



HADLEY. ROBERT. Jr. Tupelo. MS 

HAGERMAN. BARBARA. Sr. Aliceville, AL 
HAGERMAN. DEBORAH. So. Aliceville. AL 
HAGERMAN. SUSAN. Sr, Aliceville, AL 
HAIGLER. ROBERT. Sr. Hayneville. AL 
HAILEY. MALCOLM. Jr. Louisville. MS 
HA1RSTON. ELIZABETH. Fr, Crawford, MS 



HALBERT. LEWIS, Sr. Starkville. MS 
HALBERT, PHILLIP, Grd Hamilton. MS 
HALE, PAIGE, Fr, Ocean Springs, MS 
HALE, LISA, Jr, Ocean Springs, MS 
HALES. PHYLLIS, So. Jackson, MS 
HALEY, CHRISTI. Jr, Goodman, MS 
HALFORD, ROBERT. Fr, McComb, MS 



HALL, AMELIA, Fr. Starkville. MS 
HALL. BARRY. Jr, Jackson. MS 
HALL. DAPHNE, Sr. Brownsville, TN 
HALL, DAVID, Sr Decatur AL 
HALL. DODY, Sr. Natchez, MS 
HALL, MATT, Jr. Tupelo. MS 
HALL, ROBERT, Sr Lucedale. MS 



336 / Classes 



Harrison 




HALL, TODD, Fr, Jackson, MS 
HALL, TRACY. Jr, Natchez. MS 
HALL, WILLIAM, Sr, Columbus, OH 
HAM, ANGELA, So, Magee, MS 
HAMDAR, BASSAM, Grd, Beirut, Lebanon 
HAMILTON, JAMES, Sr, V.cksburg. MS 
HAMILTON. STEPHEN, Sr. Jackson, MS 



HAMLIN. ALLYSON, So, West Point, MS 
HAMMACK. SHERRY, So, Columbus, MS 
HAMMOND, MARY, Sr. Winona, MS 
HAMMOND. SYLVIA. So, McCarley, MS 
HAMNER. SAMUEL, So, Meridian, MS 
HAMPTON, BRYAN, So, Tupelo. MS 
HAMPTON, JACQUELINE, Jr, Jackson. MS 



HAMPTON, ROSALIND. Fr, Starkville, MS 
HANAFOURDE. KATHRYN. Sr, Pascagoula, 

MS 
HAND, EVE, Jr, Huntsville, AL 
HANEY. LINDA. Jr, Amory, MS 
HANLEY. NANCY, Sr, Clinton, MS 
HANN, LYNN. Sr, Tupelo, MS 
HANNA. REBECCA, Fr, Yazoo City, MS 



HANNON, ANGELA, So, Fulton, MS 
HANSEN, SARAH. So, Alvaton, KY 
HARDIN. CINDY, Jr, Columbus, MS 
HARDIN. JAMES. Fr, B.loxi. MS 
HARDIN, JENIFER, Sr, Calhoun City. MS 
HARDIN. JIMMY. Jr. Greenwood, MS 
HARDIN. KAREN. Fr, Tupelo, MS 



HARDW1CK. BRYAN. Fr, Leedy, MS 
HARDWICK. GENE. Jr, Leedy, MS 
HARDY, JOY, So, Canton, MS 
HARDY, LINDA, Jr, Philadelphia, MS 
HARDY. NANCY, Fr, Jackson, MS 
HARE, HAZEL, So, Houston, MS 
HARKINS, CHARLOTTE. So. Richland, MS 



HARLAN. JOHN, So, Clinton, MS 
HARMEL. DAWN, So, Hazlehurst, MS 
HARMON. JOHN. So, Houston, MS 
HARMOND, MICHAEL, So, Philadelphia, 
HARMS. CORRY, Jr, Brandon, MS 
HARPER, MARTHA, Grd, Vicksburg, MS 
HARPER. RONALD. Sr, Okolona, MS 



HARRELL. CLAYTON, Jr. Laurel. MS 
HARRELSON, AMY, Jr, Jackson, MS 
HARRINGTON, KELLI. So. Houston, MS 
HARRINGTON, LESA. Jr, Houston, MS 
HARRINGTON, SUSAN, So, Jackson, MS 
HARRIS, ALBERT, So, Prairie Point. MS 
HARRIS, ANN, Jr, Grenada, MS 



HARRIS, BENNIE, Fr, Deeson, MS 
HARRIS, DAVID, Jr, Birmingham, AL 

HARRIS. KAREN. Sr, Crystal Springs, MS 
HARRIS. ROBERT. Sr, Crystal Springs. MS 
HARRIS. STEVEN. Jr. San Antonio, TX 
HARRIS. WILLIAM. Fr, Brandon, MS 
HARRISON. KATHERINE. Fr. Jackson. MS 



Classes / 337 



Harrison 



HARRISON. KENT, Sr, Columbus, MS 
HARRIS. STEPHAN, Sr Raleigh, MS 



HARRIS. MARILYN, Sr V.cksburg. MS 
HARRIS. MICHELLE. Sr. Prentiss, MS 



HARRIS. SUZANNE. Sr, Fort Lauderdale, FL 
HARRISON. CHERYL. Jr. Jackson, MS 



HARRISON. DARLENE. Jr. Meridian. MS 
HARRISON. SUZANNE. So, Clinton, MS 



HARRISON. WALTER C. III. Jr, New 

Albany, MS 
HART. SUSAN. So, Brandon, MS 
HARTLEY, CARLA MARIE. Jr. R.dgeland, 

MS 
HARTNETT, MARY BETH, Sr. Germantown, 

TN 
HARDY, ANTHONY. Jr. West Point, MS 
HANTZOG. LONI ALISON, So. Pascagoula. 

MS 
HARVEY, MARTHA LYNN. St. Jackson. MS 

HARVEY, REGINA. Grd, Rosedale, MS 
HARVEY, THOMAS CANNON, Jr Yazoo 

City. MS 
HARVEY. TOMMY, Fr, Jackson. MS 
HASSELL. THERESA LYNN, Jr. Biloxi, MS 
HASSON. JOE LAWRENCE. JR., Jr. 

Clinton. MS 
HASTINGS. DONNIE L.. JR.. Red Bay, Al 
HATCHER. JAMES EDWARD. Fr, 

Millington. TN 



HATHCOCK. JUANITA L.. Sr, Amory, MS 
HATHORN. LAURA D.. Birmingham. AL 
HATHORN. CREATH, Sr. Birmingham. AL 

HATTEN, FRANK ALAN, Jr. Brooklyn. MS 
HATTON. MARTIN L., Fr. Columbus, MS 
HAUCK, CLARENCE EUGENE, Jr, Gulfport, 

MS 
HAUN. R. DAVID. Fr, Tupelo, MS 



HAUSE. JUDITH KRISTIN. So, Okolona. MS 
HAWKINS. CATHERINE. Sr, Macon, MS 
HAWKINS. TERRY, Sr. Raleigh. MS 
HAYES, DEBBIE. Sr, Coffeevtlle, MS 
HAYES. JOHN WILLIAM. Sr, Biloxi, MS 
HAYES, MARILYN. Fr. Lexington. MS 
HAYGOOD. GARY ALAN. So, Columbus, MS 




338 / Classes 



Hicks 




HAYMAN, FRANCES, Grd, Prentiss, MS 
HAYMAN. GEORGE, Fr, Prentiss, MS 
HAYS. JOEY. Jr. Hollandale. MS 
HAYS, KATHLEEN, Sr. Tucson. AZ 
HAZEL. DONALD, Jr, Tupelo, MS 
HEATH, MARION. Sr, Rolling Fork, MS 
HEATH, PAUL, Jr, Birmingham, England 



HEATON. LYNNIE. Sr. Southaven. MS 
HEDERMAN. WENDY, Jr. Jackson. MS 
HEFFNER, BRIAN. Sr, Ocean Springs, MS 
HEGWOOD, WAYNE, Fr Jackson, MS 
HEIDELBERG. MICHELLE, Sr. Meridian. MS 
HEINKEL. JAMES. Sr, Columbus. MS 
HELMS. SANDRA. Sr, Pontotoc. MS 



HELVESTON, MARLA. So. Biloxi, MS 
HEMPHILL. JEFFREY, Sr Meridian, MS 

HENDERSON, CHARLES, Fr, starkville, MS 

HENDERSON, DELOIS. Jr. Meridian, MS 
HENDERSON, ELIZABETH, Sr. Clarksdale. MS 
HENDERSON. GERI, Jr. Clarksdale. MS 
HENDERSON. MARY, Jr. Greenwood, MS 



HENDERSON, ROBERT, Sr, Bolton, MS 

HENDERSON. STANLEY. So. Greenville, MS 
HENDRICKS. ALLEN. Jr. Meridian, MS 
HENDRICKS. LAURA, Fr. Meridian. MS 
HENR1QUEZ, JOAQUIN. Grd. Venezuela 
HENKE. MICHELLE, Sr, Chariton. IA 
HENLEY, GREGORY, Sr, Philadelphia, MS 



HENN1NG. BARBY. Grd. Nesbit. MS 
HENRY. FLORENCE. Sr, Vicksburg, MS 
HENRY, HOPE, Jr, Michie. TN 
HENRY. KATHY. Sr. Swiftown, MS 
HENRY. LEATR1CE, Jr, Louisville, MS 
HENRY. MELODY. Sr, Columbus, MS 
HENRY. MYRA, Sr, Columbus, MS 



HENRY, SCREESE. So, Starkville. MS 
HENRY, WILLIAM. Fr. Mobile, AL 
HERBERT, MISSY, Sr, Memphis, TN 
HERBISON. LYNN. So, Batesville, MS 
HERFURTH, KEVIN. Fr, Long Beach. MS 
HERRERA, MARIA. Fr, San Pedro Sula. Honduras 
HERRING. CHARLES. Jr, Bruce. MS 



HERRING. DIXIE. Fr, Meadville. MS 
HERRING. LEE, So, Hattiesburg. MS 
HERRING. JEANETTE. Sr. Starkville, MS 
HERRING. MICHAEL. So, Jackson, MS 
HERRING. TERRI. So. Montgomery, AL 
HERRINGTON. STEPHEN. Sr. Mobile. AL 
HESTER, DAVID. Jr, Clarksdale, MS 



HESTER, JOHN. Sr. Water Valley, MS 
HESTER, JOHN, Fr, Kosciusko, MS 
HESTER, KAREN, Fr. Clarksdale, MS 
HESTER, KENNETH, So, Water Valley. MS 
HICKS. FREDERICK, So, Clarksdale. MS 
HICKS, JULIA. Fr. Greenville, MS 
HICKS. STEVEN. Sr, Greenville, MS 



Classes / 339 




HILKERSON, PETER. Sr, Chattanooga. TN 
HILL. JOAN. Sr. Sturgis. MS 
HILL. JOHN, Jr. Madison MS 
HILL, KATHY, Jr, Louisville. MS 
HILL. KIMBERLY. Jr, Memphis, TN 
HILL. QUILESTER, Sr. Greenwood, MS 
HILL. RON, Jr, Ripley. MS 



HILL, TAMMIE. Fr, New Albany. MS 
HILLIARD. LEE, Jr, Madison, MS 
HILTON, ANGELA, Sr, Starkville. MS 
HINDMAN, PATRICK. Sr, Louisville. MS 
HINDMAN. PENNY. So, Louisville, MS 
HINDS. CHERYL. Fr, Nesbitt, MS 
HINES. CYNTHIA, So. Starkville, MS 



H1NES. SIDNEY, Sr Ethel MS 
HINESLEY. SHELLY, Fr, Jackson, MS 
HINSON, TERRI. Jr, Meridian. MS 
HINTSON, RACHELLE. Fr V.cksburg, MS 
HINTON. TIMOTHY. Jr. Mobile. AL 
HITT, DERRICK, Sr. Calhoun City. MS 
HLADY. RIQUE. Fr, Corinth, MS 



HOBART. CINDY, Jr. Greenv.lle, MS 
HOBART, KENNETH. Sr Avon, MS 
HOBBS, BRUCE, So. Benton, AR 
HOBBY, SANDRA. Jr. Jackson, MS 
HOBDY, WILLIAM. Jr, Senatobia, MS 
HODGE. DEAN, Sr Decatur AL 
HODGE. DEBORAH. Jr Laurel, MS 



HODGE, TERESA, So. Laurel. MS 
HODGES. ALLEN. So, Jackson, MS 
HODGES, CONNIE, So, Kosciusko. MS 
HOGUE, MICHAEL, Sr. Corinth, MS 
HOKE, ANDREW, Fr, Brandon. MS 
HOKE, SHARON. Sr. Brandon, MS 
HOLADAY. GERRY. Sr, Louse, MS 



HOLCOMB, SANDRA, So, Pontotoc, MS 
HOLCOLMB. SANDRA LYNN. So, Brand 



HOLIFIELD. DAVID. Jr Lucedale. MS 
HOLIMAN, KATE. Fr. Greenwood, MS 
HOLLAND. KAREN. Jr. Forest, MS 
HOLLEY. KEVIN, So, Marks. MS 
HOLLEY. TODD, Jr. Booneville. MS 



HOLLIDAY, DAVID, Sr Aberdeen. MS 
HOLL1DAY. PEGGY. Sr. Prairie, MS 
HOLLIDAY-STALLINGS, SARA, Sr 

Starkville. MS 
HOLL1MAN, SKIPPER. So. Tupelo, MS 
HOLLINGER, MARK. Sr. Meadville. MS 
HOLLINGSWORTH. TAMORA, So, 

Pelahatchie. MS 
HOLLOMAN. DANIEL, Jr. Starkville. MS 



340 / Classes 



Hudson 




HOLLOMON, RICK, Sr, Ellisville. MS 

HOLLY. GRETA, Grd, Vaiden, MS 
HOLMAN. LES, Fr, Carrolllon. MS 
HOLMAN, SHERR1E. So, Carrollton, MS 
HOLMAN, STEVE, Sr. Hamilton. MS 
HOLMES, DEBRA, Sr. Ocean Springs, MS 
HOLMES, VOTIE, Sr Tunica, MS 



HOLT, DANI, So. Senatobia. MS 
HOLTON, JEROME, Sr Louisville, MS 
HOMAN, MARSHA, So. Tupelo. MS 
HONEYCUTT, F1L, Jr, Grenada, MS 
HOOD, ANDY, Sr. Belzoni, MS 
HOOD, ELIZABETH, So Verona, MS 
HOOD, HUGH. So, Richmond. Ml 



HOOD, JEFFREY, Jr Amory, MS 
HOOPS. ALAN. Sr, Brandon. MS 
HOOVER. REBECCA. So, Charlotte, NC 
HOPKINS, DAVID, Sr, Jackson, MS 
HORN, DAVID. Jr Meridian, MS 
HORN, JOEL, Jr. Golden, MS 
HORN. PHILLIP, Jr. Golden. MS 



HORN. WILLIAM. Jr. Booneville, MS 
HORNE, PAULA. Jr. Philadelphia. MS 
HORNE, WILLIAM, Fr. Greenwood, MS 
HORTON, CATHERINE, Sr, Michigan City, 

MS 
HORTON, DIANNE. Jr. Coffeeville, MS 
HOSCH. JEAN, Sr, Pensacola, FL 
HOSKIN. KATHLEEN. Sr, Newton, MS 



HOUGH, DAVID, Jr, Grenada, MS 
HOUSE, ROBERT, Sr, Natchez, MS 
HOUSE. SHEILA, So, Oakland, MS 
HOUSTON. MELANIE. So, Tupelo, MS 
HOUSTON, STEPHEN. Fr, Natchez, MS 
HOWARD, EMILY, Sr, Waynesboro. MS 
HOWARD. FRAN. Sr. Starkville, MS 



HOWARD. GLENN, Sr. Fayette, AL 
HOWARD. MICHAEL, Sr, Biloxi, MS 
HOWARD, STEPHEN, So, Corinth, MS 
HOWELL, ANNETTE. Jr. Holly Springs, MS 
HOWELL, BRENT, Jr, Lucedale, MS 
HOWELL, DEBORAH. Fr, Natchez, MS 
HOWELL. DERREK, So, Hattiesburg, MS 



HOWELL, JEFF, Sr, Lucedale. MS 
HOWELL, JOEY, Jr, Potts Camp. MS 
HOWELL, JOHN, Fr. Philadelphia, MS 
HOWELL, LEIGH, Sr, Pascagoula, MS 
HOWELL, REBECCA, Fr. Starkville, MS 
HOWZE, EDWARD, Jr, Greenwood, MS 
HUBBARD, ROBERT, So Coldwater, MS 



HUBBERT. DEWAYNE, Jr, Fayette, AL 
HUBBERT, TRACY, Jr, Jasper, AL 
HUCKABY, JULIE, Jr Wesson MS 
HUDDLESTON, PAMELA, Sr, Fulton, MS 
HUDGINS, MICHAEL, So, Kosciusko, MS 
HUDSON, BLAKE, Fr, Tupelo, MS 
HUDSON, JAY, So, Clinton, MS 



Classes / 341 



Hudson 



HUDSON. JOEL. Sr, Brandon. MS 
HUDSON. SPENCE. So. Waynesboro, MS 



HUGGINS. GREGORY, Sr. Panama City, FL 
HUGHES. MARC. Sr. Jackson. MS 



HUGHES. STEVEN. Jr. Greenv.lle. MS 
HUGHES. WILLIAM. Sr Hattiesburg, MS 



HULL. MAURY. Jr. Greenwood. MS 
HUMPHREY. BETH, Sr. Brandon, MS 



HUMPHREYS. LAURA, So, Clinton. MS 
HUNT. LILLIAN. Jr. Louisville, MS 
HUNTER. HOPE. Jr, Mantee, MS 
HUNTER, MARSHA. Fr. Macon MS 
HUNTINGTON. JOHN, Sr. Hazlehurst. MS 
HUPFER. STACEY, Fr, Huntsville, AL 
HUQ. AHSANUL, Grd, Dhaka. Bangladesh 



HURST. MICHAEL, Fr, Leland. MS 
HURT. CAYTEE, Sr, Fort Smith, AR 
HUSK1SON. LAURIE, So, Pontotoc. MS 
HUTCHINSON. HAL. So. Jackson. MS 
HUTCHINSON, SUSAN, Sr, Jackson, MS 
HUTSON, BRIAN. So, Brandon, MS 
INKSTER, KIMBERLY. Fr, Jackson. MS 



INTAWONGSE. KHOSIT, Grd, Thailand 
IRBY, WILLIAM, So, Butler AL 
IRVIN. LEMOND, Sr, Columbus. MS 
IRWIN. BLAKE, So, Centralis, IL 
ISAAC. SHELIA, So, Starkville, MS 
ISKRA, CHARLES, Sr, Greenwood. MS 
IUPE. BILL, Jr. Canton, MS 



IVERSON. THOMAS. So. Ocean Springs, MS 
JACKS. JOHN, Fr. Omaha, NE 
JACKSON. ALISA. Fr. Tupelo. MS 
JACKSON. CARRIE. Jr, Philadelphia. MS 
JACKSON, CHARLES. Fr. Osyka. MS 
JACKSON. DENNIS. Sr, Amory, MS 
JACKSON. DONALD. Sr. Clinton. MS 



342 / Classes 




Jirikowic 




JACKSON, JAMES. Jr, Greenwood. MS 
JACKSON, JOHN, Sr, Picayune. MS 
JACKSON, JUDY, Jr, Macon, MS 
JACKSON. LAURA. Jr. Biloxi, MS 
JACKSON. LISA. Fr, Pontotoc. MS 
JACKSON, MARGARET. Sr, Mayhew. MS 
JACKSON. MARK. Corinth. MS 



JACKSON. SAMUEL, Jr. Gloster, MS 
JACKSON, SUSAN, Jr. Brandon, MS 
JACKSON, TONI, Sr, Clinton. MS 
JACKSON, TONY. Fr. Ackerman. MS 
JACOB1. PAIGE. Fr, Jackson, MS 
JACOBS. OTTIS. Sr, Columbus, MS 
JAGGERS. MARK. Fr, Pontotoc, MS 



JAMES. ALLIE, Jr. Starkvllle, MS 
JAMES, CHRISTINE, So, Grenada, MS 
JAMES. CURTIS. Jr, Calhoun City, MS 
JAMES. CYNTHIA, Fr, Jackson, MS 
JAMES. EDWARD. Fr, Tupelo, MS 
JAMES, JENNIFER, Fr, Columbus. MS 
JAMES, JUDITH, Grd, Starkville, MS 



JAMES, MIKE. Jr, Jackson. MS 
JAMES. STEVEN. Jr, Columbus, MS 
JAMES. ROBERT. Jr, Lovln, MS 
JAMISON, FRED. Fr, Aberdeen, MS 
JANOUS. AMY. Sr. Kosciusko, MS 
JANOUS. FRANK. Fr, Kosciusko, MS 
JARVIS. M. TODD, So, Madison, GA 



JASPER. ALICE, Jr, Mathiston. MS 
JAY, M. BETH. Fr, Brandon, MS 
JAYNES. CHADWICK. Fr, Columbus, MS 
JAYROE. SHEILA, Fr, Jackson, MS 
JEANFREAU. RENE, Sr, Picayune, MS 
JEANSON, SHARON, Jr, Oshkosh, Wl 
JEFCOAT, SARAH. Sr, Soso, MS 



JEFCOATS, GARY, Sr, Laurel, MS 
JEFFERS. SUSAN, So, Picayune, MS 
JEFFERSON. KENNETH, Sr, Greenville. MS 
JEFFERSON, LISA. Jr. Long Beach, MS 
JEFFERSON. TERESA, Fr, Starkville, MS 
JEFFORDS, STEPHANIE, So, Tutwiler, MS 
JENKINS. ALLEN Jr, Glen Allan, MS 



JENKINS. ALLYSON, Sr, Brooksville. MS 
JENKINS. DIA, Jr, Jackson, MS 
JENKINS, DALE, Sr, Laurel, MS 
JENKINS, JENNIFER. Sr, Pontotoc, MS 
JENKINS. MICHAEL. Sr, Ocean Springs. MS 
JENKINS. REBECCA, So Sallis, MS 

JENKINS. TRACEY, Fr, Hernando. MS 



JENKINS. WILLIAM. Jr. Nesbit, MS 
JENNINGS, BRENDA, So. Winona, MS 
JENNINGS. DONNA, Sr, T, PP o. MS 
JENNINGS. ROBERT. So. Elizabethton, TN 
JERNIGAN. TRAVIS, Jr. Nettleton, MS 
JESTER. RHONDA. Jr Clinton MS 
JIRIKOWIC. ANITA, So, Jackson MS 



Classes / 343 



Jochimsen 



JOCHIMSEN. JUL1, Sr, Jackson, MS 
JOCHIMSEN. SUSAN. So, Jackson, MS 
JOE. VIRGINIA. Fr, Cary. MS 
JOHNSON, AMY, Fr. Fort Lauderdale, FL 
JOHNSON, ANGELA. So, Jackson, MS 
JOHNSON. BENNET, Sr, Columbus. MS 
JOHNSON. BRIDGETTE, So. West Point. MS 



JOHNSON. DORAN. Sr, Gary, IN 
JOHNSON, EDDIE. So. Jackson, MS 
JOHNSON, JOE. Sr. Dancy. MS 
JOHNSON. JOSEPH. Jr. Waynesboro, MS 
JOHNSON. KARLA. Sr. Starkville. MS 
JOHNSON. KATHY. Jr. Gulfport, MS 
JOHNSON. KENNETH. Grd. Sullivan. IL 



JOHNSON. KERI. Sr. Jackson, MS 
JOHNSON. MARK, Fr. Gulfport, MS 
JOHNSON, MICHELLE, Jr. Valley Park, MS 
JOHNSON, RHONDA. Jr. Jackson. MS 
JOHNSON. ROY, Sr, Long Beach, MS 
JOHNSON, SAMMIE. Jr. Clarksdale. MS 
JOHNSON, STEPHEN. Jr, Tupelo, MS 



JOHNSON. TAMMYE, Jr, Eupora, MS 
JOHNSON, TERRY. Sr. Mantachie, MS 
JOHNSON. TYRA. Jr, Jackson, MS 
JOHNSON. VANESSA, Sr. Tupelo. MS 
JOHNSON. WESLEY. Fr, Valley Park. MS 
JOHNSTON, ANGELA. So. Bay St Louis. MS 
JOHNSTON, GERALD, Jr. Woodville, MS 



JOHNSTON, JIM. Jr, Redondo Beach, CA 
JOHNSTON, PATRICK, So. Columbus, MS 
JOINER. DEBBIE. Sr, Noxapater. MS 
JOLLEY, JAMES. Sr Walls, MS 
JOLLIT, WILLIAM. Sr. Tuscaloosa, AL 
JOLLY. JOHNNY. Sr. Edinburg. MS 
JONAS. MICHAEL. Jr. Aberdeen. MS 



JONES. BEN, So, Hope, IN 
JONES, BLAKE. Fr. Memphis. TN 
JONES, CURLEAN, Jr, Senatobia. MS 
JONES. CYNTHIA, Fr. Port Neches. TX 
JONES, CYNTHIA, Jr. Long Beach. MS 
JONES, DAMON, So. Tupelo, MS 
JONES, DARRELL, Jr, Jackson, MS 



JONES, DEIDRA, Sr, Laurel, MS 
JONES, DENNIS, So, Columbus, MS 
JONES. DONNA, Jr. Kosciusko, MS 
JONES, ELIZABETH, Sr, Sledge. MS 
JONES. GLEN, Jr. Clinton, MS 
JONES, GRALYN, Jr. Wmona, MS 
JONES, JOWANNA. So. Gautier, MS 



JONES. KIMBERLY, So, Brookhaven, MS 
JONES. LESLIE, Fr. Louisville, MS 
JONES. NANCY. So. Jackson, MS 
JONES, SHERRY, So, Starkville. MS 
JONES, SUSAN. Jr. Ocean Springs. MS 
JONES. TAMARA. Fr. Sebastopol. MS 
JONES. TIM. Fr. Decatur, AL 




344 / Classes 



Khan 




JONES, TIMOTHY, Jr, Forest, MS 

JONES. TOMMY. Sr, Durant, MS 
JONES. LASCHELLE, So, Carthage, MS 
JONES. WEILER. So, Jackson, MS 
JONSON. PAUL, Sr, Columbus, MS 
JORDAN, ANDREW, Jr, Jackson, MS 
JORDON. CARMEN. So, Ferrum. VA 



JORDAN. CLIFTON, Sr, Laurel, MS 
JORDAN, JAY, Fr. Yazoo City, MS 
JORDAN, JEFFERSON, Sr, Saulsbury, TN 
JORDAN, JERRY, Fr. Brandon, MS 
JOY. WILLIAM. Jr, Laurel, MS 
JOYNER. JILL, So, Concord, NH 
JUE, FRANK, Jr, Hollandale, MS 



JUMPER, BECKY, Jr, Ripley. MS 
JUMPER, CHRIS, Fr, Ripley, MS 
JUMPER, WILLIAM. Sr, Etta, MS 
JUN, YOUNG-WHOON, Grd, KoreaMS 
JUNKIN. OWEN, Jr, Natchez, MS 
KAISER, GABRIELA, Sr, Switzerland 
KALETTA. ANDREW, So, Bay Village, OH 



KEA, SUSAN, Jr, Huntsville, AL 
KEADY, DARRELL, Sr, Jackson, MS 
KEARNEY, DANA. Fr, Tupelo, MS 
KEATH, DAN, Sr, Southaven, MS 
KECK. TRACY. Sr, Grenada, MS 
KEELER. WILLIAM. Sr, Clarksdale, M 
KEELS, PATTY, Sr, Biloxi, MS 



KEITH, BRUCE, Sr, Jackson, MS 
KELLEY, BETH, So, Bay St Louis, MS 
KELLEY, JOHN, Fr, Bel Air, MD 
KELLY. CHARLES. Jr. Shalimar. FL 
KELLY, LEONARD, Jr, Jackson, MS 
KELLY, LORI, Sr, Pascagoula, MS 
KELSO, CARL. Jr. Forest. MS 



KEMP. AMY. So. Meridian, MS 
KEMP, BELYNDA, Jr, Louisville, MS 
KEMP. MELODEE, Sr, Boonville, IN 
KENDRICK. KATHY, Fr, Memphis, TN 
KENDRICK, TREY, So, West Point, MS 
KENDRICK, TRUDY, Jr. West Point, MS 
KENNEDY, BO. Jr, Canton, MS 



KENNEDY. DAVID, Jr, Magee, MS 
KENNEDY. DARRELL. So, Brandon. MS 
KENNEDY. JIMMY. Jr, Winona, MS 
KENNON. LARRY. Fr, Belzon,. MS 
KENT. ELIZABETH. So. Meridian, MS 
KERBY. ARLIE. Sr. Columbus. MS 
KERN. DAVID. So. Fulton. MS 



KERN. MARGARET, Grd, Kosciusko, MS 
KETCHUM, ROY, Sr, Hernando. MS 
KEY, JANET. Jr, DeKalb, MS 
KEYES. SUSAN, Jr, Jackson. MS 
KEYS, CARLA, Jr, Vero Beach, FL 
KEYS, KENDYL, Sr, Columbus, MS 
KHAN. ABDUL, Grd, Bangladesh 



Classes / 345 



Khan 



KHAN. NASIR. Jr. Picayune. MS 
KHAN. IRSHAD. Sr. Schenectady, NY 



KHOSLA. AJAY. Sr. Jackson. MS 
K1DD. JAMIE. Sr Winona MS 



KILGORE. JACKIE. Jr. Jackson. MS 
KILGORE. KAREN. Sr, San D.ego. CA 



KILLEBREW. MARCUS. Jr, Forest, MS 
KILLEN. STEVEN. Sr. Collinsville, MS 



K1LL1NGSWORTH, JASON, Sr. Fayette, AL 
KILPATRICK. KIMBERLY. Fr, Tupelo, MS 
KILPATRICK. LLOYD. Sr Starkville, MS 
KILPATRICK. MARVIN. So. Carrollton. AL 
KILPATRICK. ROBERT. Jr. Philadelphia. MS 
KILPATRICK, SANDRA, Sr Decatur. MS 
KIMBLE, LOR1, Sr Laurel. MS 



KIMBRELL, MARC. Sr, Inverness. MS 
KINARD, TINA, Fr. Starkville. MS 
KINCSES. MIKE. Jr. Jackson. MS 
KING. ALAN, So, Johnson City, TN 
KING, CHARLES, Jr, Natchez, MS 
KING. KAREN, Sr. Plantersville, MS 
KING, PHILLIP, Jr. Philadelphia. MS 



KING, SHELIA, Fr, Vaiden. MS 
KINNEY, KEVIN, Jr, Corinth. MS 
K1NSEY. RICHARD. So. West Point. MS 
KIRBY. BARBARA. So, Houston, MS 
KIRBY. CURTIS. Sr. Jackson, MS 
KIRK. DORIS. Sr. Shannon. MS 
KIRK. LORI. Jr. Yazoo City, MS 



KIRKMAN. JENNIFER. Fr, Starkville. MS 
KISH. ALEX. Fr. Long Beach. MS 
KITCHENS. LETITIA. So, Mer,d,an. MS 
KITCHENS. S. MARK. Jr. Yazoo City, MS 
KIZZAR. TERRY, Sr, Heidelberg, MS 
KLINE, LINDA, Jr.Benoit, MS 
KLUCZ. RAYMOND, Jr. Clinton, MS 




346 / Classes 



Langdon 




KNIGHT, ANGELIA, So, Pontotoc, MS 
KNIGHT, FELICIA, So, Kilmichael, MS 
KNIGHT. JOHN, Fr, Florence, MS 
KNIGHT, LESLIE, Jr, Florence, MS 
KNIGHT. MARSHON, Petal, MS 
KNIGHT, PHILLIP, So, SaltUlo, MS 
KNOTT, BOBBY, So, Greenwood, MS 



KOBAYAKAWA. JULL1AN. So, Pearl, MS 
KOBAYAKAWA. NAOME, Fr, Pearl, MS 
KOCHA, THERESA. Fanwood, NJ 

KOELLING. KIMBERLY. Jr, Starkville, MS 

KOHERS. GERALD, So, Starkville. MS 
KOHLER. DAVID. Jr, Philadelphia, MS 
KOONCE, DONA. So, Tunica, MS 



K1MBROUGH, KIMBERLY. So, Ethel, MS 
KOWERDUCK. SCOTT, So, Forrest City, AR 
KRAFT, CAROL, Fr, Madison, MS 
KRASKA, JAMES, Fr, Starkville, MS 
KRUEGER, LISA. Fr, Vicksburg, MS 
KUEK, CHOON, Jr, Malaysia 
KUO, NANCY. Jr, Starkville, MS 



KURIGER, RICHARD. Sr, Jackson, MS 
KUX, JILL, So, Laurel, MS 
KUYKENDALL. PAT, Jr. Starkville, MS 
KWAN. RODERICK, Jr, Moorhead, MS 
LABARREARE, BETTY, Sr. Falkner, MS 
LACEY, TERRI, So, Kosciusko. MS 
LACHIN, LAURA, Jr, Waveland, MS 



LADD. ALAINEA, So, Vicksburg, MS 
LADD, GARY. So, Huntsville, AL 
LADD, PHILIP, Jr, Jackson, MS 

LADNER. ELDRIDGE, Jr, Gulfport, MS 
LADNER, JAMES. Fr, Gulfport, MS 
LAICHE, ERIC. Jr, Poplarville, MS 
LAMB. THOMAS, Sr, Lucedale. MS 



LAMBERT. JOE, Sr, Jackson, MS 
LAMBERT, PENNY. So, Burnsv.lle. MS 
LAMPKIN, BRIAN. So, Starkville, MS 
LAMPKIN. INNES. Sr, Gulfport, MS 
LAMPKIN, JAMES, Sr, Morton, MS 

LANCASTER, ARCHIE. Jr. MS 

LANCASTER, FONDA. Jr. Hamilton, MS 



LANCASTER. TAMMY, So, Duck Hill, K 
LAND. WILL. Fr, Louisville, MS 
LANDRUM. JOHN. So, Jackson, MS 
LANDRY, LEO, Fr, Brandon. MS 
LANDRY. TRACY, Sr, Baton Rouge, LA 
LANE, BRENDA, Sr, Ocean Springs, MS 
LANE, DENNIS, Sr. Senatobia. MS 



LANE. LLOYD. Fr. Philadelphia. MS 
LANE, MARCIA. Sr, Starkville, MS 
LANE, RICHARD, So, Ocean Springs, MS 

LANEY, DOUGLAS. Jr. Saltillo. MS 

LANEY, LORI, Jr, Pascagoula. MS 
LANG, GERALD, Sr, Columbus, MS 
LANGOON, JIMMY, Jr. Kosciusko, MS 



Classes / 347 



Langford 



LANGFORD. DAVID. Fr, Lena, MS 
LANGFORD. SHELLEY. Fr. Jackson. MS 
LANGFORD. TIM. Sr, Battlecreek. Ml 
LANGLEY. RICKY. Fr, Orlando. FL 
LARINDE. MICHAEL. Grd, Ibadan, Nigeria 
LARRY. GENEVIEVE. So. Okolona, MS 
LASTER. DREW, Fr. Jackson, MS 



LASTER. LANE. Sr, Jackson. MS 
LASTER. TRACEY. So. Duck Hill. MS 
LATHEM. BOBBY. Jr. Jackson MS 
LAWGALI. LAWGALI, Grd, Agdabia, Libya 
LAWHON. MARTHA, So. Germantown. TN 
LAWERENCE. MATTHEW, So, Ludlow, MS 
LAWERENCE. SHIELA, Fr, Houston MS 



LAWERENCE. THOMAS, Sr Pearl, MS 
LAWSON. SANDRA, So, Okolona. MS 
LAWSON. STANTON. Jr. Raymond, MS 
LEAKE. ROBERT. Fr Tupelo, MS 
LEAVELL. KEN. Jr. Jackson, MS 
LEDBETTER. OLIVIA. Sr, Benton, MS 
LEE. AMANDA, So. West Point. MS 



LEE. BEAU. So. Clinton. MS 
LEE. DANA, Jr, Vicksburg. MS 

LEE. DEBORAH, Jr Lee MS 
LEDBETTER, LYNNITA, Jr. Columbus, MS 
LEE. EARNESTINE, Sr 

LEE, J1AM-HWA. Grd Taiwan 
LEE, JOANNE, Sr, Jackson, MS 



LEE, JOYCE. So, Ackerman. MS 
LEE, KENDALL, Sr, Yazoo City, MS 
LEE, JOHN, Jr. Gulfport, MS 
LEE, LISA, Fr. Hattiesburg, MS 
LEE, LISA, Jr. Ackerman, MS 
LEE, MARY. Jr. Clarksdale, MS 
LEE. MATTHEW, So, Paris, France 



LEE. SHARILYNN, Sr, Louise, MS 
LEE. SHERI, Jr. Stonewall. MS 
LEE, TAMMY. Jr, Greenwood. MS 
LEGATE, KELEIGH, So Brandon. MS 
LEIFRIED, RODNEY. Sr, Meridian, MS 
LEISTER. CHERYL, Jr, Yazoo City MS 
LEMBO, STEPHEN, Jr Jackson. MS 



LENG, JASON. Sr, Perak MAL 
LENOIR. MICHAEL, Sr. Long Beach, MS 
LEONARD. MELINDA. So. Starkville, MS 
LEONARD. RICHARD, Sr, Tupelo, MS 
LEONARD, TIM. So. Bogue Chitto. MS 
LESLIE. RICKY, Fr, Gulfport. MS 
LESTER. DAVID. Sr. Inverness. MS 



LESTER, LANCE, Jr, West Point, MS 
LEUNG, LAURENCE, Sr. Clarksdale, MS 
LEWIS, ANDREA, Fr, Jackson, MS 
LEWIS. BETH, Fr. Jackson. MS 
LEWIS, CHARLOTTE, Jr. Blue Mountain, MS 
LEWIS. FERRELL, Fr Laplace, MS 
LEWIS, JENNIFER, So. Tupelo. MS 




348 / Classes 



Long 




LEWIS. JOHN, Sr, Jackson, MS 
LEWIS, JOHN, Sr.Ocala.FL 
LEWIS. KAREN. Jr, Southaven, MS 
LEWIS, MARTHA, Sr. Philadelphia. MS 
LEWIS, MELISSA, Sr, Tupelo. MS 
LEWIS. NEAL, Jr. Natchez. MS 
LEWIS. RANDALL. Fr, Brookhaven. MS 



LEWIS. REGI. Jr. Bay Springs, MS 
LEWIS. RENEE. Sr, Jackson. MS 
LEWIS, SALLY, Jr. Philadelphia, MS 
LEWIS. SALLY. Fr, Ocala, FL 
LOWMAN, THOMAS, Sr. Summit. MS 
LICHLYTER. PHILLIP. Jr. Brandon, MS 
LIDDOW, GARFIELD, Fr Yazoo MS 



LINCLON, RODNEY, Jr, Olive Branch, MS 
LIGHTFOOT, PAUL, Fr Jackson MS 
LILLO, DENISE. Sr, Leland, MS 
LIN, CHYI-HONG. Grd. Anaheim, CA 
LINAM. SHAWN. So, Camp Hill, PA 
LINDLEY, DAVID. So, Florence, AL 
LINDLEY, JOHN, Sr, Meridian. MS 



LINDLEY. MARK, Jr. Meridian. MS 
LINDLEY, MICHAEL. Sr, Jackson, MS 
LINDSEY, GAIL, Grd, Starkville, MS 
LINDSEY. KATHERYN. Fr. Cleveland, MS 
LINN, KIMBERLY. Fr, Clinton, MS 
LINTON. PHYLLIS. Fr. Brookhaven, MS 
LIPPINCOTT, JAMES, Fr West Point, MS 



LIPSEY. LADY. So, mdianoia. MS 
LIPSEY, NAN, Jr. Indianola, MS 
LISHMAN. DEWEY. Jr, Avalon. MS 
LITTELL. HOWARD, Jr. Cnton, MS 
LITTLE, JILL. So. Corinth, MS 
LITTLE. SHERRY. Jr, Coffeeville. MS 
LITTLE. TIMOTHY, Sr, New Albany 



LIVINGSTON, GREG, Jr, Jackson, MS 
LIVINGSTON, SUZANNE, Fr, Lou.sville, MS 

LIZANA, DESIREE. Sr, White Cypress, MS 
LLOYD. APRIL, Fr, Kosciusko, MS 
LLOYD, MARY, Sr, Eupora, MS 
LOLOODA, JOHN. Sr, Vicksburg, MS 
LOCHRIDGE. AMANDA, Sr, Hamilton. MS 



LOCKETT. DAMITA. Fr. Senatobia. MS 
LOCKETT. PATRICK. Fr, Macon. MS 
LOCKHART, TERRY. Jr, Mendenhall, MS 
LOFTIN, JACQUELIN, Jr, Magee. MS 
LOFTIN, RANDY. Sr, Magee, MS 
LOFTIN, VAN, Jr, Jackson, MS 
LOFTIS, SUSANNE, Sr, Germantown. TN 



LOGAN, CAROLYN. Sr Amory, MS 
LOGAN, JAY, Sr, Starkville. MS 
LOGAN, PATRICIA, Fr, Starkville. MS 
LONG. LACIA, Jr, Quitman. MS 
LONG, LAURA, So, Laurel, MS 
LONG, LISA, So, Birmingham. AL 
LONG. LISA, Sr. Carthage, MS 



Classes / 349 



Long 



LONG, SHANNON, Sr, Birmingham, AL 
LONG. TARA, Jr, Jackson, MS 



LONGMIRE. KARA, Fr, Natchez, MS 
LOPER. GEORGE. Sr, Union, MS 



LOPSER. JAY. Fr, Jackson. MS 
LORD. ALAN. Fr, Jackson, MS 



LOTT. BROOKE, Sr, Kilmichael, MS 
LOTT, JOHN, So, Kilmichael, MS 



LOTT, KEVIN, Fr, Kilmichael, MS 
LOTT, PENNY, So, Brookhaven, MS 
LOTT, SUSAN, Sr, Gulfport, MS 
LOU. BOLEN, Jr, Coahoma. MS 
LOU, WENDY, So. Coahoma, MS 
LOVE, RICHARD, Fr, Eupora, MS 
LOVELACE, BEA, Jr. Jackson, MS 



LOVORN, ALLAN. So, Louisville, MS 
LOVORN, EMILY, Sr, Louisville, MS 
LOVORN. JOHN. Fr. Louisville, MS 
LOWE, ANTHONY. Fr, Jackson, MS 
LOWERY, CHARLES, Jr, Macon, MS 
LOWERY, CHARLES, Jr, Sulligent. AL 
LOWERY, LYNN, Jr, Starkville, MS 



LOWERY, SHANNON, Fr, Jackson, MS 
LOWERY, THOMAS, Sr, Starkville MS 
LOWERY, M1CHAL, Sr Marietta, GA 
LUCKETT, LISA, Jr, V.cksburg. MS 
LUKE, REBECCA. Jr. Preston. MS 
LUNCEFORD, KRISTIE, Jr. Greenville MS 
LURK, DEAN, Jr, Hermanville, MS 



LUSTER, KAY, Jr. Clarksdale, MS 
LUTHER. JOHN, Jr. Pontotoc, MS 
LUTZ, JAMES. Jr. Vaughan. MS 
LUTZ, KATE, Jr.Vaughan MS 
LYLES, PAMELA, Fr. Starkville, MS 
LYNCH. LYNDA, Fr. Oxford MS 
LYNCH, TERI. So. San Antonio. TX 




350 / Classes 



Martin 




LYNN, SHERR1E, Jr. Pascagoula, MS 
LYON, JOLYNN, Jr, Louisville, MS 
LYON, PAUL, Fr, Tchula, MS 
LYON. SANFORD, Sr, Memphis, TN 
LYON, SARA, Jr. Tchula. MS 
LYONS, RUSSELL. Sr, Saltillo, MS 
MABRY. MONICA, So, Meridian, MS 



MABRY, TERESA. Jr, Meridian, MS 
MABRY. THOMAS, Sr, P.ckens, MS 
MACON, DANA, Fr, Eupora, MS 
MADDOX. JIM Jr, Hooterv.lle. MS 
MADDOX, RAMONA. Jr. Tuscumb.a, AL 
MADDOX, STEPHANIE, Sr, Clinton, MS 
MADISON, HOWARD. Sr, Toomsuba, MS 



MADSEN. MELINDA, Jr, V.cksburg, MS 
MAGEE, STEWART, Sr, Tylertown, MS 
MAGOUN, ELISABETH. Fr, Clinton, MS 
MAGRUDER. LESLIE, So. Jackson. MS 
MAGUSIAK. TOM. Sr. Clinton, MS 
MAHAFFEY. MIKE. Jr, Birmingham, AL 
MAHAYNT, AHMAD. Jr, Syria 



MAIER, WILLIAM. Fr, Aberdeen. MS 
MAIER, SUSAN, Jr. Aberdeen, MS 
MAJUNE. WILLIAM. Sr, Grenada. MS 
MALLARD. JAMES. Fr. Prairie, MS 
MALLETT. JEAN. Sr, Kosciusko, MS 
MALLET. JUDY. Fr, Lucedale, MS 
MALONE, TRCYE, Jr. Lexington, MS 



MALONE, WILLIAM. Fr, Jackson, MS 
MALONEY, GREG. Fr. Jackson, MS 
MALOY, DEENA, Jr, Tupelo, MS 
MALOY. MARK, Sr, Saulsbury, TN 
MANBY, JOHN, Fr, Vicksburg, MS 
MANGRUM, ADRIANNE, So, Columbus, MS 
MANGUM. GEORGE, Jr, Pulaski, MS 



MANGUM, LIANNE, Jr, Jackson, MS 
MANGUM, ROBERT. Jr, Biloxi, MS 
MANNAN. MUHAMMAD, Grd. Dhaka. 

Bangladesh 
MANNING. BRIDGIT. So, Tupelo. MS 
MANONGA. MOSES, Grd, Zimbabwe 
MANSIALARDE, DAVID, Fr, Greenville, MS 
MANSOUR, PAL, Jr. Greenville. MS 



MARBLE, LARRY, Sr, Jackson, MS 
MARLHMONT, RANDOLPH, Sr New 

Orleans, LA 
MARION, ANNA, So, Ocean Springs, MS 
MARION, KEM, Fr, Natchez, MS 
MARLER, BRADLEY. So Natchez MS 
MARSH, BRIAN. Jr, Buchanan, Ml 
MARSHALL. BEVERLY. Sr. Tupelo. MS 



MARSHALL. BEVERLY. Jr. Louisville. MS 
MARSHALL. CYNTHIA, Jr Amory, MS 
MARSHALL, JACK, Sr Tupelo, MS 
MARSHALL, STEPHANIE, Fr, Amory, MS 
MARTIN. ANNETTE. Jr. Corinth, MS 
MARTIN. BERNARD. Fr. Ocean Springs, MS 
MARTIN, CARRIE, Sr. Starkville. MS 



Classes / 351 



Martin 



MARTIN. DAVID. Sr, Starkville, MS 
MARTIN. ELIZABETH, So, Caruthersville, MS 
MARTIN. JAMES. Sr. Baldwyn, MS 
MARTIN. JOHNNY. Sr, Pascagoula. MS 
MARTIN. KAREN. Sr, Kosciusko. MS 
MARTIN. KAREN, So, Starkville, MS 
MARTIN. LISABETH. Fr, Houston, TX 



MARTIN. ANNELYN, Sr, Pontotoc. MS 
MARTIN. MELINDA. So, Tupelo, MS 
MARTIN, MIKE, Sr. Florence, MS 
MARTIN, NANCY. Fr. Germantown, TN 
MARTIN, IRVING. Jr, Gallatin. TN 
MARTIN, SARA. Brandon, MS 
MARTIN. HARON. Fr. Louisville. MS 



MARTIN. TERESA, Sr, Meridian. MS 
MARTINEZ, RICARDO, So Meridian. MS 
MARVEGGIO. MARGO. Grd, Forest, MS 
MASHBURN, PHILLIP. Jr, Memphis. TN 
MASON. JASON, Picayune, MS 
MASON. NANCI, So, Collins. MS 
MASSEY. BENJAMIN. Fr. Clarksdale, MS 



MASSEY. MICHAEL, Jr, Jackson. MS 
MASSEY. LEIGH, Fr, Germantown, TN 
MASSEY. STEVEN, So, Jackson, MS 
MASSING1LL. DAVID, Jr, Noxapater. MS 
MASSINGILL. MARGARET, Sr, Noxapater, 

MS 
MASSON. ROY, Jr, Pass Christian, MS 
MATHEWS. ANN, Fr, Clarksdale, MS 



MATHEWS, SONNY, Jr. Franklin, GA 
MATHIS, GREGORY. Jr, Yazoo City, MS 
MATHIS. MARK. Sr, Starkville, MS 
MATHIS. SHARON, Jr. Houston, MS 
MATLOCK, MARY. Jr. Little Rock. MS 
MATSON. ROBERT. Sr. Noxapater, MS 
MATTHEWS. GERALD. Fr. Starkville. MS 



MATTHEWS, MARTHA, Fr, Robinsonv.lle. MS 
MATTHEWS. SUZANNE, Sr, Starkville, MS 
MATTISON, REBECCA, Sr, Columbus. MS 
MATTOX, BILL. Jr. Myrtle. MS 
MAULDIN. MARY, Sr. Starkville, MS 
MAY. BYRON. Jr, Florence. MS 

MAY, DOUGLAS, Sr. Colllnsvllle, MS 



MAY, MARIE. Sr, Memph.s, TN 
MAY, MARSHALL. Fr, Jackson, MS 
MAYDEN, LISA, So, Starkville, MS 
MAYNARD. SCOTT, Jr. Starkville, MS 
MAYNAR, CARROLL. Fr, Meridian, MS 
MCADORY, TANGIA. Jr. Kosciusko, MS 
McALEXANDER. DEBRA. Fr. Greenville. MS 



McALEXANDER, STEVE, So. Columbus 
McALPIN, JASON. Sr. Stringer. MS 
McALPIN. RANDALL. Sr, Jackson. MS 
McANALLY. MARK, Jr, Belmont, MS 
McBRIDE, DONNA, Fr, Jackson, MS 
McBRYDE. GREG, So, Columbus, MS 
McCAIN, CARLA, Jr. Winona, MS 




352 / Classes 



McGill 




McCAIN, LAURA. Fr. Eupora. MS 

McCAIN. ROBERT. St, Smfthvllle, MS 
McCARTER, DEBBIE, Jr, Mantee. MS 
McCARTER, DONNIE. Sr, Mantee, MS 
McCARTY. WANDA. So, Gautier. MS 
McCASKEY, THOMAS. Jr, Waynesboro, MS 
McCAYTON, STEPHANIE, Jr, Morton, MS 



McCLAIN. LESLIE, Jr, Hernando, MS 
McCLELLAN. LAURA, Sr, Crenshaw, MS 
McCLELLAN. PHIL. Sr, Indlanola. MS 
McCLELLAN, RITA, So, Gulfport, MS 
McCLERKING. HOWARD, Jr, Grenada. MS 
McCLINTON. A. B., Fr, Hazelhurst, MS 
McCLURE. JOEL, Sr, Shaw, MS 



McCLURE, JOSEPH, Sr, San Antonia, TX 
McCLURE, SHIELA. Sr, Louisville, MS 
McCOMAS, CATHLEEN, Jr. Starkville, MS 
McCORD, JOHN, Jr, Oxford, PA 
McCORD, MARC1, Sr, Oxford, MS 
McCORD, WILLIAM, So, Columbus, MS 
McCORMACK. JENNIFER. Fr, Tupelo, MS 



McCORMACK. JOHN, Sr. Walls, MS 
McCORMACK. LEIGH. Fr, Bruce, MS 
McCORMICK. PATTY, Sr, Long Beach, MS 
McCOWAN, DAVID. Grd. Montery. TN 
McCOWN, COLIN, Fr, Philadelphia, MS 
McCOY, K1MBERLY, Sr, Houston, MS 
McCOY. KYLE, Jr, Waynesboro, MS 



McCOY, VICTOR, Jr, Destln, FL 
McCRAINE, JOHN, Jr, Woodville, MS 
McCRAW, NICHOLE, So, Meridian, MS 
McCULLEN, DAVID, Amory, MS 
McCULLOCH. JUDITH. Sr, Jackson, MS 

McCULLOGH. CONNIE, So, Houlka, MS 

McCULLOGH, MARK, Jr. Jackson. MS 



McCUMMINS, ROBERT, So, Gulfport, MS 
McCURLEY. CINDY. Jr, Louisville, MS 
McDANIEL, DOUGLAS, So. Corinth, MS 
McDANIEL, TIMOTHY, Sr, Summit. MS 
McDILL. JOHN. Jr, Jackson, MS 

Mcdonald, michael. s r , Eifaviiie, ms 

McDONALD. MOLLY, So, Meridian, MS 



Mcdowell, jeana, Fr, Louisville, ms 

McDUFFIE, RICHARD. Fr, Jackson, MS 
McEACHIN. STEVE, Jr, Meridian, MS 
McELYA, DEBORAH. Fr, Friendswood, TX 
McFALLS, CARY, Sr, Glen, MS 
McGAUGHY, DAPHYNE, So, Baldwyn, MS 
McGEE, DONNA FAYE, Grd. Weir, MS 



McGEE. JOHN, Grd, Laurel, MS 
McGEE, MARTIN, Jr, Jackson. MS 
McGEE. M1CHALE. So. Atlantic Beach, FL 
McGEE. WILLIAM, So, Clinton, MS 
McGEHEE, ANDY, Fr, Jackson, MS 
McGEHEE, KIM, Jr, Jackson, MS 
McGILL, JER1LYNN. So, Tupelo. MS 



Classes / 353 



McGill 



McGlLL. ROSEANNE. Sr, Tupelo, MS 
McGOWAN, CATHY, Sr, Vossburg, MS 



McGOWIN. DAVID. Sr McCool. MS 
McGRATH. ELIZABETH, Sr. Tupelo. MS 



McGRAW, TERESA, Sr, Ocean Springs. MS 
McGREGOR, JOHN, Jr. Hattiesburg. MS 



McHANN, LEC1A, Sr. Sturgis. MS 
MclLWAIN. JOSEPH, So Pahoka. FL 



MclLWAIN. KELLY, Jr. Rrchton. MS 
McINTIRE. YVETTE, Jr. Baldwin. MS 
McINTYRE, CYNTHIA, Fr. Jackson. MS 
McKAY. JAMES, Jr. Louisville, MS 
McKAY, LARRY, Jr. Indianola. MS 
McKAY. LEASA, Sr, Louisville, MS 
McKEAND. RACHEL. So. Franklin, IN 



McKEE, ANGELA, Fr, Hattiesburg. MS 
McKEE, CHERYL, Jr, Waynesboro, MS 
McKEE, VICKI, So. Waynesboro. MS 
McKINLEY, FELISHA, Fr, Columbus. MS 
McKlNNEY. DANNY. So, Union Church, MS 
McKlTNICK, BRENDA, Sr, Ocean Springs, MS 
McKITRICK, JOHN, Jr Ocean Springs, MS 



McLANE, ANN. So. Memphis, TN 
McLEAN. DAVITA. Sr, West Point, MS 
McLEMORE. MONICA, Jr, Jackson. MS 
McLEAD, PETER, So. Leaksville. MS 
McMAHAN, GREGORY. Jr, Hattiesburg, MS 
McMAMIS, ALISA, Sr, Greenville. MS 
McMASTER. BARRY. Jr. Yazoo City, MS 



McMASTER, LAURA. Fr, Vicksburg, MS 
McMlLLIAN. MELRA. So. Moss Point. MS 
McMlLLIAN, DAVID, Sr Carthage. MS 
McMINN. BARBARA. Sr. Kenner. LA 
McMINN, GEARY. Fr, Batesville. MS 
McMINN. JENNIFER, So, Jackson. MS 
McMINN. REBECCA, Jr. Paragould, AR 




354 / Classes 



Miller 




McMULLAN. JOYCE, Sr, Collinsvilk, MS 
McMULLEN. PAMELA, So. Durant. MS 
McMURRAY, PAUL, So. Kosciusko. MS 
McNAIR, DANIELLE. Jr, Princeton, MS 
McNAIR. TAV1A, So, Meridian, MS 
McNAIR, TERRY, Sr, Jackson, MS 
McNAIR, TINA, Jr Brandon, MS 



McNEILL. MELINDA, Sr, Lucedale, MS 
McRAE. LESLIE, So, Meridian, MS 
McRANEY, WILL, Sr, Natchez, MS 
McREE, BOBBY, Jr, Grenada, MS 
McREYNOLDS III, JAMES, So, Starkville. MS 
McREYNOLDS, JOHN, So. Gulfport. MS 
McREYNOLDS, SCOTT, Jr. Gulfport, MS 



McTAGGART, DEBRA. Sr, Biloxi, MS 
McVAY, DAVID, Jr, Okolona, MS 
MEADOR, DARRYL, Jr. Decatur MS 
MEADOWS. CYNTHIA, Fr. Byhalia, MS 
MEEKS. TIMOTHY, Fr, Leland, MS 
MEELER. DONALD, Jr, Pearl, MS 
MEGEHEE, MARTHA, So, Macon, MS 



MEGG1NSON, LAURIE, Fr, Jackson, MS 
MEGRI, AMER, Grd, Tripoli, Libya 
MEHRLE. SUSAN, Sr, Caruthersville, MO 
MELTON. BEN, Fr, Tunica, MS 
MELTON, RANDALL. Jr, Clinton. MS 
MERCHANT. DOUGLAS, Sr, Morton, MS 
MERCHANT, MARY, Fr, Jackson, MS 



MERKEL. KATHERINE. So, Columbus, MS 
MERRIWEATHER. JOPIE, So. Coldwater. MS 
MERWIN. KRISTI. Sr, Corinth, MS 
MESKO, MICHAEL, So, Rockville. MD 
MESSER. BRADLEY, So, Sardis, MS 
METTS, ELIZABETH, So. Yazoo City, MS 
METZGER, SANDRA, So, Brandon, MS 



MICHILIZZ1, JAMES, Sr, Gautier. MS 
M1DDLETON, MARK, Sr, West Point, MS 
MIDDLETON, MYRA, So. West Point, MS 
MILLER, CHARLES, Sr, Louisville, MS 
MILLER, GREGORY, So, Aberdeen, MS 
MILLER, GREGORY, Sr, Quitman, MS 
MILLER, JOE, So, Leland, MS 



MILLER, JOHN. Grd, Gulfport. MS 
MILLER, JULIE, So, Jackson. MS 
MILLER, JULIE. Fr, Kosciusko. MS 
MILLER. KATHERINE. So, Starkvilie, 
MILLER, KATY, Sr, Aberdeen, MS 
MILLER. LEANNE, Sr, Vicksburg, MS 
MILLER, LEIGH, Fr, Aberdeen, MS 



MILLER. MARSHELL, Jr. Kosciusko, MS 
MILLER, MAX, Sr, Ripley, MS 
MILLER, MELANIE, So, Waterproof, LA 
MILLER. MEREDITH, Jr, Hazlehurst, MS 
MILLER, ROBERT, So, Love Station, MS 
MILLER, RICHARD. So, Brandon. MS 
MILLER. UNDREA, Fr. Moss Point, MS 



Classes / 355 



Milligan 



MILLIGAN. NEAL, Jr, Jackson, MS 
MILLS. DANA. Fr, McCool. MS 
MILLS. HUNTER. Jr, Hernando, MS 
MILLS. KIM, Sr, Biloxi, MS 
MILLS. ROBIN, So, Waynesboro, MS 
MILNER. GREGG, Fr, Brandon. MS 
MILTON. JAY, Jr. Auburn. AL 



MILTON. LISA. Fr, Brandon, MS 
MIMMS. JANET, Jr, Hattiesburg, MS 
MIMS. DEBORAH, Grd. Clinton, MS 
MINTON. ADELE. Sr, Jackson, MS 
MISTRY. ARNAVAZ, So, Caledonia, MS 
MITCHELL, BETTY, Sr, DeKalb, MS 
MITCHELL, FRAN, Grd. Brandon, MS 



MITCHELL, GREG. So, Germantown, TN 
MITCHELL, GREGORY. Grd. Corinth, MS 
MITCHELL. JANE. Fr, Holly Springs. MS 
MITCHELL, SHELLIS, So, Louisville, MS 
MITCHELL, THOMAS, Sr, Jackson, MS 
MIXON. RICHARD, Jr, Beaverton, AL 
MOAK. THOMAS, Sr. Brandon. MS 



MITCHELL. TIM. So. Jackson, MS 
MOEHRING, MATTHEW. Fr, Starkville, MS 
MOFFATI, JAMES, Sr, Jackson, MS 
MOFFETT, LEE, Jr, Gulfport, MS 
MOHEAD. PAUL, Sr, Lula, MS 
MONROE. AMY, Sr, Fulton, MS 
MONROE. MARY, Sr, Huntsville. AL 



MONROE. SUZETTE, So, Brooksville, MS 
MONGOMERY, ANGELA, Jr, Carrollton, MS 
MONGOMERY, DEE, So, Columbus. MS 
MONGOMERY. LEA, So. West Memphis. AR 
MONGOMERY, MARGARET, Fr. Tupelo, MS 
MONTROY. MELISSA, Jr. West Point, MS 
MOOD, JAMES, Jr, Yazoo City. MS 



MOODY, MARK, Fr, Brookhaven, MS 
MOON, REBECCA. Jr, Amory. MS 
MOORE, ANDREW, So, Kosciusko, MS 
MOORE, BILLY, Jr. Booneville, MS 
MOORE. CAROLE, Grd, Columbus, MS 
MOORE, CHUCK, Jr, Fayette, AL 
MOORE, DAYNA, Jr, Ocean Springs, MS 



MOORE, DINAH, So, Pascagoula, MS 
MOORE, DONALD, Jr, Greenwood Springs, MS 
MOORE, JESSIE. Sr, Brooksville, MS 
MOORE, SHANE. Sr. Carthage, MS 
MOORE, KENT, Sr, Waynesboro. MS 
MOORE, KRISTY, Jr, Waynesboro, MS 
MOORE, LINDA, Sr. Byhalia, MS 



MOORE. LINDA. Sr. Starkville, MS 
MOORE. MELINDA, Fr, Hattiesburg, MS 
MOORE. MICHAEL, Sr, Ethel. MS 
MOORE. STEPHANY, Fr, Jackson, MS 
MOORE, TRAVIS. Sr. Brooksville, MS 
MOORE, TWANDA. Fr, Brooksville, MS 
MOORE, WENDY, Fr, Baton Rouge. LA 




356 / Classes 



Muse 




MASSEY, TOM, So, Brandon, MS 
MOOTS, LAURA, Sr, Jackson, MS 
MOHAN. QUINT, Jr, Vancleave, MS 
MORBAN, JOE, Fr. Weir. MS 
MORELAND, JEFFREY. Jr Long Beach. MS 
MOREMAN. STEVEN, Jr. Monticello, MS 
MORGAN. ADR1ANNE, Jr, Biloxi. MS 



MORGAN, BEN. Jr, Jackson, MS 
MORGAN, CRAIG, Jr. Gautier, MS 
MORGAN, DEBORAH. So. Kilmichael, MS 
MORGAN, DEEDEE, Jr, Philadelphia, MS 
MORGAN, DUKE, Fr Shaw, MS 
MORGAN. FRAN, Jr, Elliott, MS 
MORGAN. JOHNNY. So, Lauderdale, MS 



MORGAN, JUANDA, Jr, Kilmichaels, MS 
MORGAN. KIRK, Jr, Sturgis, MS 
MORGAN. LYNN, Sr, Weir. MS 
MORGAN. SHONDA, Jr Meridian MS 
MORGAN, THOMAS. Jr, Calhoun City. MS 
MORGANTI. JACE, Jr, Clarksdale. MS 
MORRIS. JAMES. Sr, Ozark, AL 



MORRIS. JOHN. Sr, Batesville, MS 
MORRIS. LESLI, Sr, Amory, MS 
MORRIS. LINDA. Jr Memphis, TN 
MORRISON, DOUGLAS, Jr, Hendersonville. 

NC 
MORROW. MELINDA. Sr. Starkville. MS 
MORSON. JOHN, Jr. Leland. MS 
MORTIMER, MALORISE. Fr. Brandon. MS 



MOSELEY, JEFF, Sr, Ridgefield, CT 
MOSELEY. ROBERT, Sr. Ocean Springs, MS 
MOSES, PAIGE. Jr, Jackson, MS 
MOSS, DINAH, Sr, Carthage, MS 
MOWDY. KENDALL. Jr, Meridian, MS 
MOWDY. PAM, Fr, Jackson, MS 
MOYER. LORI, So, Kosciusko, MS 



MULLINS. ANGIE. Sr, Brandon, MS 
MULLINS. AVIS. Fr, Meadville, MS 
MULLINS. MAUREEN, Fr, Monticello, MS 
MULLINS. TODD, Jr. Jackson, TN 
MULVIHILL, JAMES. So, Cascilla, MS 
MUNRO. JERRY, So, Biloxi, MS 
MURDOCK. DENTON, Jr. Hendersonville, TN 



MURFF, CAROL, Jr. Hamilton, MS 
MURPHEY. ROBBIE. So. Itta Bena, MS 
MURPHREE. JANE. Sr. Tupelo. MS 
MURPHREE. SCOTT, Fr Grenada MS 
MURPHY, GREGORY, Jr, Gautier, MS 
MURPHY JR., JOHN, So. Meridian. MS 
MURPHY, SARAH, Jr. Ackerman, MS 



MURRAY, KEITH, Sr, Biloxi, MS 
MURRAY. M1CHELE. Jr Brandon, MS 
MURRAY. RICHARD, Grd, Cleveland, MS 

Jr. Vicksburg, MS 
MURRELL, STEVEN, Sr. Vicksburg, MS 
MURRMANN. ROBERT. Jr Starkville, MS 
MUSE, LYNNE, Sr, Clinton, MS 



Classes / 357 



Myatt 



MYATT. ANGELA. Jr. Raleigh, MS 
MYATT. NIKKI. Jr. Raleigh. MS 



MYERS, FARRIS. Sr, Newbern, TN 
MYERS. SANDRA, So. Longbeach, MS 



MYERS, SUSAN, Sr. Brooksville, MS 
MYRICK, CHRIS. Jr. StarkvlUe, MS 



MYRICK. ELIZABETH. Fr. Hatt.esburg, MS 
MYRICK. JOHN. Jr, Bay Springs. MS 



NACE, PAUL. So. West Point. MS 
NANCE, JEFF. Jr. Greenwood. MS 
NANCE, JOHN, Fr, Clarksdale. MS 
NAQYI. SYED, Grd, Karachi. Pakistan 
NASH, CHERYL, Sr. Pearl MS 
NEATHERLY, KIMBERLY. Fr. Brandon. MS 
NEAVES. ANDREW. Jr. Columbus, MS 



NEIL. JERI. Sr. Kosciusko, MS 
NELSON. JENNIFER, Jr, Biloxi. MS 
NELSON, LOR1. Sr. Chatham, MS 
NERREN, DANNY. Sr, Monroe, LA 
NcSMlTH, KERRY, So Albert, AL 
NESTER. JON. Jr, Bay Springs, MS 
NEUBERT. LISA. Jr. Jackson, MS 



NEVELS, ANNE. Jr. V.cksburg. MS 
NEWCOMB, BRENT. Jr. Mill.ngton. TN 
NEWELL, LISA. Fr. Hattiesburg, MS 
NEWELL. RAMONA, Sr, DeKalb. MS 
NEWMAN, CARLA, Jr. Booneville, MS 
NEWMAN, MICHAEL, Sr. Water Valley, MS 
NEWTON, JAN, Sr, Lompoc. CA 



NEWTON, JIM, So. Glendora, MS 
NG, KOK-MING. So. West Malaysia 
NICHOLS. CHRIS, Jr. Laurel. MS 
NICHOLS, JEREMY. Jr Laurel. MS 
NICHOLS. KENNA. Jr, Windermere, FL 
NICHOLS. STEWART, Sr, Greenwood, MS 
NICHOLS, TERRI, Jr. Gullport. MS 




358 / Classes 



Otto 




NICHOLS, TRINA, So, Brandon. MS 
NICHOLS, VALENTA, Fr, Cleveland, MS 
NICHOLS, WILLIAM, So. Bossier City. LA 
NICHOLSON. RANDY. Jr, Amory, MS 
NICHOLSON. SHENORVA. So, Coffeeville 

MS 
NIXON. LESIA, Fr, Winona, MS 
NOAH, REGINA. Sr, Vaiden, MS 



NOBLE, CAROLINA, Jr. Nashville, TN 
NOBLE, LORI, Sr, Columbus, MS 
NOE, JUDITH, Sr, Clarksdale, MS 
NOE, RICHARD, Fr, Clarksdale, MS 
NOLAN, ERIC, Fr, Bay St Louis, MS 
NOLEN. BETTY. Sr, Fayette, AL 
NORMAN, DOTTIE, Sr, McComb, MS 



NORRIS. DONNA, Sr. Jackson, MS 
NORRIS, EVERETT, Sr, Jackson, MS 
NORTHINGTON, GREG, Jr. Memphis, TN 
NORTON, TERRY, Jr. Brandon, MS 
NORWOOD. SCOTT, Jr, Pascagoula, MS 
NUNEZ, JOHN, Sr, Colombia, South America 
NUNNELEE, DODIE. Jr, Tupelo. MS 



NUNNELEE, RONALD, So. Brandon. MS 
NUNNERY, JEAN, Fr. Meridian. MS 
NYE, LILLIE, Jr, Philadelphia, MS 
OAKLEY, ESTER, Sr, Starkville, MS 
OAKLEY, FRANKLIN. Fr, Starkville, MS 
OBENG. WILLY, Grd, Kumasi, Ghana 
OBIRI. NICHOLAS, Grd. Nigeria 



OBRECHT. JENNIFER, Fr, Ames, IA 

O'CONNOR. MICHAEL, So, Ocean Springs, 

MS 
O'CONNOR, TERESA, Jr, Ocean Springs. MS 
ODOM. AMY, Jr, Bailey, MS 
ODOM. AMY. Jr, Vancleave, MS 
OFFENHISER. PEGGY. Jr. New Orleans, LA 
OGLETREE, DEE ANN, Fr. Macon, MS 



O'KEEFE, JAN, Jr, Yorba Linda, CA 
OLDHAM. MELANIE, Fr. Vicksburg. MS 

OLIVER, JESSE, Fr, Greenwood, MS 
OLIVER, MARK, Sr, Cleveland, MS 
OLIVER, RITA, So. Macon. MS 
OLIVERIO. KRISTA, Sr, Corinth, MS 
OLSEN. GREGORY. Sr. Columbus. MS 



OLSON, JESSICA, Fr, Jackson, MS 
O'NEAL, LEIGH, Jr, Jackson, TN 
ONLY, JAMES, Jr, Collierville, TN 
O'QUIN, ROBERT. So, Paducah, KY 
O'REILLY. WILL, Jr, Ebenezer, MS 
ORR, DAVID. So, Columbus, MS 
ORTEGA. BETSY, Grd, San Christobal, 
Venezuela 



OSBIN, CHARMAINE. So, Picayune, MS 
OSBORN, ERICH, Sr, Long Beach, MS 
OSBORNE, NEIL, So, Coldwater, MS 
OSBY, LORA, Fr, Starkville, MS 

OSWALT, CHARLES. Jr, Math.ston, MS 

OSWALT. RHONDA. Fr, Fulton, MS 
OTTO, LINDA, Sr, Ocean Springs, MS 



Classes / 359 



Ousley 



OUSLEY. WILLIAM, Sr, Tutwiler, MS 
OUTLAW. BARBERA. Fr, Starkville, MS 
OUTLAW. LANITRA. Jr. Starkville, MS 
OVERBY. JEFF, Fr, Richland. MS 
OWEN. MARGARET, Jr. Jackson. MS 
OWENS. FARLEY. Jr. Metcalfe. MS 
OWENS. LANEDA. Fr. Winona, MS 



OWNBEY, KAREN. So, Gulfport, MS 
OWNBEY. KATR1NA. Fr. Gulfport, MS 
OXNER, PHILIP. Jr. Rolling Fork, MS 
PACE, GIFFORD. Fr, Waveland. MS 
PACE. JUDY, Sr, Forest, MS 
PACE. KEN, So. Crystal Springs, MS 
PACE. SCOTT, Jr. Hernando. MS 



PACE, SUZANNE. Sr. V.cksburg. MS 
PACHEL. VINCENT, Sr. Wiggins, MS 
PACK, DONNA. Jr, Okolona, MS 
PAGE, CHRISTOPHER. Vicksburg, MS 

PAGE, SONJA, Fr, Coffeeville. MS 
PALMER. CHRISTOPHER. Jr Madison, MS 
PALMER, MARK, Grd.Mt Pleasant, MS 



PALMER, MARY. Jr, Amory, MS 
PALMER. RAY, Fr. Clarksdale. MS 
PALMER. WILLIAM, Sr, Mt Pleasant, MS 
PALMERTREE, RANDALL, Fr, West, MS 
PALMQUIST, HEIDI. Fr Clinton MS 
PANG, MARK-GREGORY, Sr. Honolulu, HI 
PANG, TAK-KAI, Grd, Hong Kong 



PANNELL. JEFFREY, Jr. New Albany, MS 
PAPASAN, STACY, Fr, Tunica, MS 
PARCHMAN. JOHN, Sr, West Point, MS 
PARHAM. LEEANN. Jr. Amory MS 
PARISH. AMY. Jackson, MS 
PARK, SANDRA, So, Oxford, MS 
PARKER. BREWER, Fr, Baytown. TX 



PARKER. GREGORY, Fr, Purvis. MS 
PARKER. JAMES. So, Ellisville, MS 
PARKER. JAMES, Sr. Starkville, MS 
PARKER, JONA, Jr. Nettleton, MS 
PARKER. LAURIE. Sr, Starkville. MS 
PARKER, Jr, Philadelphia, PA 
PARKMAN. MICHAEL, So. Pearl, MS 



PARKMAN. WALTER. Jr, Jackson. MS 
PARKS, TIMOTHY, Fr. Brandon. MS 
PARNELL. PAMELA, Jr. Corinth, MS 
PARNELL, PERRY, Jr Scooba, MS 
PARNELL, RICHARD, Sr. Meridian, MS 
PARRISH, CINDY, Fr, Columbus. MS 
PARRISH. DENISE, Jr, Belmont, MS 



PARRISH. DONALD, Jr, Jackson. MS 
PARRISH. KEITH, Jr. Dennis. MS 
PARRISH, RACHEL, Jr, Tchula, MS 
PARSONS. JACQUELINE. So. Canton. MS 
PARTAIN, ROBERT, Jr, Marks, MS 
PASTORELLI, WILLIAM. Fr. Aberdeen. MS 
PATEL. SANGITA. Fr. Amory, MS 




?2 





360 / Classes 



Peterson 




PATRIDGE, BLAKESLEE, Sr, Natchez, MS 
PATRIDGE. LISA. So. Louisville, MS 
PATEL, DINESH, Grd. Columbus. MS 
PATRICK, DAN, Jr. Jackson. MS 
PATRICK, EVELYN, Jr. StarkvlUe, MS 
PATTERSON, BRENDA, Sr, Pontotoc, MS 
PATTERSON. EMMY, Fr, Memphis, TN 



PATTERSON, JENNIFER. Jr, Jackson, M 
PATTERSON. KAR1N. Fr, Louisville, MS 
PATTERSON, VICKIE, Jr, Louisville, MS 
PATTON, DEBBIE, Sr, Jackson, MS 
PATTON. KENNER. Sr, Leland, MS 
PATTON, ROWENA, Jr. Jackson, MS 
PAUL, MICHEAL, Sr, Greenville, MS 



PAUL, SUZANNE, Jr. Greenville, MS 
PAXTON, JIM. Sr, Tallulah, LA 
PAYNE. ATLIE. So. Long Beach, MS 
PAYNE. DAVID. Sr, Ocean Springs, MS 
PAYNE. JERI, Jr, Columbia, MS 
PAYNE, WILLIAM. Fr, Amory, MS 
PAYTON, STACY, Fr, Paducah, KY 



PEACH, DAVID, So, Jackson, MS 
PEACOCK. DAVID. Sr. Greenville, MS 
PEACOCK. DYANNE. Jr. Greenwood, MS 
PEAGLER, MYRON, Sr, Morton, MS 
PEAKS, KAREN, So. Blylhesville, AR 
PEARCE, JAMES, Grd, Starkville, MS 
PEARSON, DAN, Sr, Isula, MS 



PEARSON, JEFFREY, Fr, Florence, MS 
PEARSON. PHILIP, Jr, Fulton, MS 
PEARSON, RODNEY, So. Picayune, MS 
PEDEN, MARTHA. Jr, DeKalb, MS 
PEDEN, NANCY. So, DeKalb, MS 
PEDRICK. FLORRIE, So, Jackson, MS 
PEEPLES. MICHEAL, Jr, Pontotoc, MS 



PEEPLES. STEPHANIE, So, Grenada, MS 
PEHLMAN, GREGORY, Sr, Memphis, TN 
PENN, ANGELA, So, Rome, GA 
PENNINGTON, DEBBIE. So. Aberdeen. MS 
PENTON, RUSSEL. Jr. Poplarville. MS 
PEPPER. LANA, Sr. Houston, MS 
PEREZ. MICHEAL, So, Port of-Spain, Trinidad 



PEREZ. WALTER, So. Gautier. MS 
PERKINS. LYNNE. Sr, Senatobia, MS 
PERMENTER, GARY, So, West Point, MS 
PERNICIARO. RALPH, Fr, Natchez, MS 
PERRY, CHERYL, Fr, Brooksville. MS 
PERRY, JAMES, Grd, Booneville, MS 
PERRY, ROBERT, So. Jackson, MS 



PERRY, TERRY, So. Brooksville, MS 
PERRY, THOMAS, Sr, Philadelphia, MS 
PERRY. TINA. So, Tunica. MS 
PERSONS. RODNEY, Jr. Natchez. MS 
PETERS. KIMBERLY. Grd, Newbern, TN 
PETERS. MARK. So, Benton. IL 
PETERSON, ANITA, Jr, Vicksburg, MS 



Classes / 361 



Peterson 



PETERSON. CINDY. Jr. Meridian. MS 
PETERSON. TERESA. Sr. Carrollton. MS 



PETRE. KENNETH, Jr. Fulton MS 
PETTEY. ELIZABETH. Jr, Gulfport, MS 



PETTIGREW. MICHAEL, Sr, Tupelo MS 
PETTRY. PEGGY. Fr. Starkville, MS 



PETTY. JOSEPH, Fr, Greenwood. MS 

PHAM. HY, Jr. Corinth. MS 



PHELPS, NEEWA, Jr, Columbus. MS 
PHILIO. JOSEPH, Jr Ocean Springs, MS 
PHILLIPS, DEBORAH. Jr Grenada, MS 
PHILLIPS. FONDA, Sr Memphis TN 
PHILLIPS, JAMES, Grd, Columbus. MS 
PHILLIPS, LISA, Sr Columbus. MS 
PHILLIPS, MEREDITH. Fr Walls MS 



PHILLIPS. SAMUEL. So, Columbus. MS 
PHILLIPS, TERRY. Fr. Olive Branch, MS 
PHILPOT, MIKE. So. Germantown. TN 
PICKENS. VICKIE. So, Florence. AL 
PIERCE. CHARLES. Sr Canton MS 
PIERCE, CLARENCE, Jr Lexington. MS 
PIERCE. MARY, Sr. Corinth. MS 



PIERCE. SALLIE. Sr. Houston. MS 
PIERCE. WILLIAM. Jr. Yazoo City. MS 
PIKE. ELIZABETH. Sr, Scott. MS 
PILGRIM. TOMMY. Sr. Memphis. TN 
PINER. KAYE, Jr. Ocean Springs. MS 
PINSON. MICHAEL, Fr. Silver City, MS 
PIPER. PHILLIP. Jr. Bethel Springs. TN 



PITCHFORD. SHEILA. Jr, V.cksburg. MS 
PITTMAN. ADRIENNE. Fr, Memphis. TN 
P1TTMAN. KAREN, Fr. Brandon. MS 
PITTMAN. TRACY. Sr. Meridian, MS 
PIVER, DeLAINE. Fr, Natchez, MS 
PLATT. DARRYL. Sr, Ocean Springs. MS 
PLAXICO. KRISTI. Jr. Corinth. MS 




362 / Classes 



Price 




PLOTNER, DOUGLAS, Jr. McComb, MS 
POAG, MICHELE, Sr, Macon, MS 
POARCH, CAROLINE, So, Gulfport, MS 
PODY, ROBERT. Grd, Janesville, Wl 
POE, LAURIE, Fr, Tupelo, MS 
POHL, JEFF, Jr, Greenville, MS 
POLAND, DAVID, Sr, Tupelo, MS 






POLK. CYNTHIA. Jr, Prentiss, MS 
POLK. LAURA. So, Starkville, MS 
POLK, MISTY, So, McComb. MS 
POLLOCK. LINDA, Sr. CollinsvUle, MS 
POLSON, RUDOLPH, Grd, Totota, Liberia 
PONDER, RUSTY, Jr, Brandon, MS 
PONGETTI, REBACCA, So, Columbus. MS 



POOLE, ALLEN, Jr. Natchez. MS 
POOLE, FRANK. Sr, DeKalb, MS 
POOLE. PENNY, Jr. Fayette, AL 
POPE, KEVIN, Sr, Moss Point, MS 
PORTER, JOHN, So, New Orleans, LA 
PORTER, KRISTIN, Fr, Germantown. TN 
PORTER, MIKE. Sr, Memphis, TN 



PORTER, SCOTT. Fr. Talkeetna, AK 
PORTER. STACEY, So, Tupelo, MS 
PORTER. STEVE, So, Starkuille, MS 
PORTER, VAUGHN, Fr, Natchez, MS 
PORTERA, SANDI, So, West Point, MS 
PORTER, EUGENE. Sr, Greenville, MS 
PORTWOOD. CHARLES, Sr, Vicksburg. MS 



POSEY. KIRBY. Sr. Brookhaven. MS 
POSEY, MICHELLE, Sr, Tupelo, MS 
POSEY, WENDY, So, East Hardwick, VT 
POSNER. JIMM1E. So, Hot Coffee. MS 
POST, JIM, Jr. Jackson. MS 
POUNCEY. ALICIA, Fr. Decatur, MS 
POUNDS, JEFFREY, Sr, Madison, MS 



POWELL. CHARLES, Sr, Waynesboro, MS 
POWELL, DAVID, Jr, Tuscaloosa, AL 
POWELL, JOHN, Sr, Aliceville, AL 
POWELL. MIKE, Sr, Lake Cormorant, MS 
POWELL. SCOTT. Sr. Jackson. MS 
POWER, RACHEL. So, Huntsville, AL 
PRADO. MARIA. So, Jackson, MS 



PRASERTWONG. PAKTRA, Grd Bangkok, 

Thailand 
PRATT, GEORGE, Jr. Carrollton, AL 
PRATUANGLOK. PIYAWONG, Grd 

Bangkok, Thailand 
PRAYTOR. SCARLET. So. Pascagoula, MS 
PRELL, MELVIN, Sr, Cincinnati, OH 
PRESLEY, LAURE, Sr. Memphis. TN 
PRESSMAN, JEFF. Sr. Diamondhead. MS 



PRESTEL, DANNY, Sr, Jackson, MS 
PRESTEL, DENISE, So, Jackson, MS 
PRESTEL, DOTTIE, Fr Jackson. MS 
PRESTRIDGE, TRACEY, Fr. Hazlehurst, MS 
PREWITT, DEAN, Grd, Grenada. MS 
PREWITT, NATHAN, Jr. Pickens. MS 
PRICE. CHARLOTTE, So, Vicksburg MS 



Classes / 363 



Price 



PRICE. TERRI. Sr. Mendenhall, MS 
PRICHARD, KELLY. Jr, Meridian, MS 
PRINCE. ANTHONY, Jr. Kossuth. MS 
PRINCE, JIM. Jr, Philadelph.a, MS 
PRISOCK, STEPHANIE. Fr, Madison, MS 
PRITCHARD. CHRISTINE. So, Gulfport. MS 
PRIDDY. DIANA, Sr Oakland, MS 



PRINCE, CHARLOTTE, Sr. Alexandria. 
PROCHASKA. Sr, Dallas. TX 
PROCTOR, TERESA. Jr, Louisville. MS 
PROCTOR. S. A.. Sr. Louisville. MS 
PRUDE. PAULA. Jr. Tupelo. MS 
PRYOR. GARY A., Sr. Pulaski. MS 

PRYSOCK. RHONDA GAY, Fr. Indianc 

MS 



PUGH, AMY, Sr, Vicksburg, MS 

PUJOL, JUAN. Jr. Venezuela 

PULLIN, RAMONA K., Sr, Philadelphia, MS 

PUNA, LAURA BETH, Fr. Batesvllle, MS 

PURDY, SCOTT, Fr, Orlando, FL 

PURVIS, CLAUDE M.. Jr, Hernando, MS 

PURVIS. MISSY. Jr. Brandon, MS 



PURVIS. NORMAN B. JR.. Jr, Franklin. TN 
PURVIS. ROBIN. Jr, Waterford, MS 
PURVIS. WILLIAM. Grd, Pelahatchie. MS 

PUTMAN. ELIZABETH ANNE. Fr 

Fayetteville. TN 
QUAN. ADOLFO. Jr. Guatemala 
QUINN. MARY ANNA, Grd, Greenwood, MS 
RABALAIS. MARK W., Jr, V.cksburg. MS 



RAFIDI. LESLIE NAMIE, So. Corinth, MS 

RAGAN. JOEL. Jr. Cor.nth. MS 

RAGLAND, JEANINE, Sr, Falkner, MS 
RAGLAND. STEPHANIE, Sr, Satartia, MS 
RAHMAN, MD. MAHIBBUR, Grd, Dhaka. 

Bangladesh 
RAINER. MARY ALLYSON, Jr. Corinth, MS 
RAINES. NICKEY GLYN, Jr. Ingomar, MS 



RAMSAY. ROBIN G., Sr, Jesup. GA 
RAMSEY, RANDY, Sr, Winona, MS 
RAMSEY, TAMERA LYNN. Jr, Jackson, MS 
RANDALL, JANET M„ Fr, Flossmoor, IL 
RANDLE, LORETTA ANN. Fr, Lexington, MS 
RANDOLPH, AUDRA P., Fr, Aberdeen, MS 
RANDOLPH, MONICA L.. So, Aberdeen, MS 



RANDOLPH. M. SUSAN. Jr, Batesville, MS 
RANDOLPH. TODD A., Jr, Waterford, MS 
RANKIN. AMY LANE, So. Canton. MS 
RARY, MARCIA L., Grd, Norcross. GA 
RASPBERRY, DANA, Jr. Okolona, MS 
RATCLIFF, ANGELA ADELE. So. McComb, 

MS 
RATCLIFF, BETH, Sr. Madison. MS 



RATLIFF, DIANE, Sr. Crystal Springs. MS 
RATL1FF. RICHARD, Sr. Meridian, MS 
RAUNIKAR, DON. Grd, St Louis. MO 
RAWLINSON. MONICA DAWN, Fr 

Columbus, MS 
RAWLS. EDMOND R.. Sr, Gulfport. MS 
RAWLS, JOHN. Jr. Laurel, MS 
RAWLS. PEYTON, Sr. Amory, MS 




364 / Classes 



Rice 




RAWSON, BETH. So, Kosciusko. MS 
RAY, GLENN, Jr. Madison, MS 
RAY. GREG, Fr, Tupelo. MS 
RAY. JAY, Sr. Mantee, MS 
RAY, JOHNNY, Sr. Greenwood. MS 
RAY, RAMONA, Jr. Neltleton, MS 
RAY. RESE, Sr. Jackson. MS 



READ, DALE JR.. Jr. Jackson. MS 
READ, STAN, Sr, Monroe, LA 
READ, STEPHEN, Fr, Columbus, MS 
READY. FELICIA, Sr. Brandon, MS 
REAVES, LORA, Sr, Clinton, MS 
REAVES. SAM, Jr. Hernando, MS 
RECKER. MELISSA. Jr, Portageville, 



REDD. MELISSA. Jr, Bogue Chitto, MS 
REDDEN. JAMES JR., Fr. Southaven, MS 
REDDING, STEPHEN, Fr, Clinton, MS 
REDDOCH, MICHAEL, Sr, Vicksburg, MS 
REDMOND. JANET, Sr, West Point, MS 
REDWOOD. ANDY, Jr. Tupelo, MS 
REED, CAROLYN, Sr, Memphis, TN 



REED, ELIZABETH, Jr, Florence, MS 
REED, GLORIA, Fr, Meridian. MS 
REED, MICHAEL. Fr, Starkville, MS 
REED, PATSY, Fr, Amory, MS 
REED, WESLEY, Fr. Starkville, MS 
REED, WILLIAM, Sr, Inverness. MS 
REEDER. KELLI, Jr. Pontotoc, MS 



REEDER. LANCE. So, Pontotoc, MS 
REESE, CARLA, Jr. Moss Point, MS 
REEVES. JEANNE, Jr. Cullman AL 
REEVES, RAY, Sr, Bogue Chitto, MS 
REGINELLI, DENNIS, Grd. Shaw. MS 
REGINELLI, FRED. Sr, Shaw, MS 

REGINELLI. NANCY. So, Shaw, MS 



REGINELLI, RONNIE. Jr. Shaw. MS 
REID, EMILY, Sr, Brookhaven, MS 
REILLY. RHONDA. Sr, Carmel, IN 
REINHARDT. CHRISTY, Jr. Jackson. MS 
REISNER. CHRISTOPHER. Sr, Longview, 

WA 
RENCH, JENNY, Jr, Leland, MS 
HERD, WILLIAM, Jr. Ithaca, NY 



RESTER. JAMES III. Fr, Greenville, MS 
RETHERFORD. JOHN JR., Sr. Greenwood, 

MS 
REYNOLDS, KEVIN, Fr, Starkville, MS 
REYNOLDS. PATRICIA, Jr, Yazoo City, MS 
REYNOLDS, THOMAS, Sr, Philadelphia, MS 
RHEA, ALAN, Jr, Carthage, MS 
RHETT, JEFFREY, Jr, Columbus. MS 



RHEUARK, EDWIN, Sr. Meridian. MS 
RHOADS. ROBERT, Jr. Columbus, MS 
RHODES, CECELIA, So, Meridian. MS 
RHODES, JOHN, Jr, Kossuth. MS 
RHODMAN, KIMBERLY. Jr. Vicksburg. MS 
RICE, CATHY, Fr. Starkville, MS 
RICE, TAMMY. Sr, Laurel, MS 






Classes / 365 



Rice 



RICE, WALTER R., Sr. Martin, TN 
RICE, WARNER A., Fr, Hooterville. MS 



RICHARDS, BRUCE D„ Sr, Clinton. MS 
RICHARDSON. CLAY. Jr. Starkville. MS 



RICHARDSON. LAURA. Jr. Leland. MS 
RICHARDSON. MARY MARGARET, Jr. 

Louisville. MS 



RICHARDSON. PATRICIA ANN. So 

Canton. MS 
RICHARDSON. PRISCILLA ANN, So, 

Baldwyn, MS 



RICHARDSON. VERONICA LEIGH. Sr, 

Vicksburg. MS 
RICHMOND. A. RENEE, Sr, McComb, MS 
RICHMOND. FAITH L„ Jr. Columbus. MS 
RICHMOND, JIM, Sr, McComb, MS 
RICHMOND, WILLIAM LABON, So. 

Fairhope, AL 
RICKS, VERNON, Jr. Greenwood, MS 
RIEVES, ANGELA, Fr. Amory. MS 



RIEVES, JOE W. II. Sr. Amory, MS 
RIGGAN. CECILIA. Jr. Smithville. MS 
RIGGIN. HENRY D„ Sr Learned, MS 
RILEY, JOHN B. Ill, Sr, Flora, MS 
RINGOLD, THELMA, Fr. Grenada, MS 
RISER. JAMES DOUGLAS. So, Long Beach. 

MS 
RISER, LAURA C. Sr, Long Beach, MS 



RISHEI., YVETTE, So, Long Beach, MS 
RITCH, RANDALL R„ Fr. Bay St. Louis. MS 
ROACH. JOHN FREDERICK. So. Nashville, 

TN 
ROBBINS. DOYE, Jr, Clinton, MS 
ROBBINS. NED WILLIAM. Fr, Jackson, TN 
ROBERTS, EVA, Jr. Amory, MS 
ROBERTS, KEITH STOKES, Sr, Winona, MS 



ROBERTS, LYNDA D., Jr. Pascagoula. MS 
ROBERTS. MICHAEL. Sr. College Station TX 
ROBERTS. ORLENTHEA SHERAINE, Fr. 

Philadelphia. MS 
ROBERTS, RAYFORD LEE JR., Sr 

Greenwood. MS 
ROBERTS, REBA FAY, Jr. Amory, MS 
ROBERTS, TIM, Sr. Ripley, MS 
ROBERTS. TINA, Sr, Yazoo City, MS 




366 / Classes 



Rowsey 




ROBERTS, WANDA JEANINE, Fr, Corinth, 

MS 
ROBERTSON. AMY REBECCA, So, Slidell, 

LA 
ROBERTSON, FREDERICK. Sr, Pascagoula, 

MS 
ROBERTSON, JEFF, Jr. Columbus, MS 
ROBINS, LAURA BARBERA, Jr. Pascagoula. 

MS 
ROBINSON. ALFRED A. III. Jr. Baton Rouge. 

LA 
ROBINSON. CHARLES A., Fr, Ft. My<>rs, FL 

ROBINSON. ELIZABETH JEAN. Sr, 

Eupora, MS 
ROBINSON, KAREN E., Jr. Starkville. MS 
ROBINSON, KELLY ANN, Sr, Houston, TX 

ROBINSON. MARY ANGELINE. So, Saltillo, 

MS 
ROBINSON, MIMI GAYLE, So, Pascagoula, 

MS 
ROBINSON, ROB, So, Philadelphia, MS 
ROBINSON. SONYA DEE, So, Saltillo, MS 



ROBINSON, STEPHANIE BONITA, So, 

Grenada, MS 

ROBINSON. WILLIAM STEPHEN. Sr, 

Starkville, MS 

ROCHAT. JOHN ARTHUR. Jr, Brandon, MS 
ROCHAT. MARK C, Grd. Brandon, MS 
RODDEN, WILLIAM. Jr. Jackson, MS 
RODGERS. ALEATR1CE M., Jr, Louisville. 

MS 
RODGERS, BECKY, Sr. West Point. MS 



RODGERS, ONEIDA BENNITA, So. 

Louisville. MS 
ROEDER, DANIEL G., So, Pascagoula, MS 
ROEDER, DAVID GLENN, Fr, Pascagoula. 

MS 
ROGERS. BRIDGET M.. Sr. Louisville. MS 
ROGERS, DARYEL, Jr. Ripley, MS 
ROGERS. KAREN DENISE. So. Hazlehurst, 

MS 
ROGERS. WILLIAM. Jr, Centreville, MS 



ROGERS. PAULA MARIE, Sr, Louisville. MS 

ROGERS, STEVEN MATTHEW. Sr, 

Pascagoula, MS 

ROGILLIO. DAVID MICHAEL. Sr, 

Vicksburg, MS 
ROLKE. RICHARD W., Fr, Columbus, MS 
ROMMERDALE, TINA, Jr, Brandon, MS 
RONE, ELEANOR, Fr. Vicksburg, MS 
RONE. H. ROBERT. So. Crystal Springs, MS 



RONE, JAMES H., Sr, Jackson, MS 
ROOKS, SARAH H., So. Jackson.NMS 
ROSAMOND, MELISSA, Fr, Kosciusko, MS 
ROSE, JOE, Fr, Southaven, MS 

ROSEBURGH. FELECIA JOY. Jr. 

Indianapolis, IN 
ROSS. HARRIET JILL, Fr, West Point, MS 
ROSS, KNOX WINTON, Fr, Pelahatchie, MS 



ROSS, LeANNE, Fr, Clinton, MS 
ROSS. MARTHA L., Sr, Oakland, MS 
ROSS, STACI LYNN, Jr, Clinton, MS 
ROSS, WALTER H„ Jr. Bay St. Louis, MS 

ROTENBERRY. KRISTINE DENISE. Jr. 

Meridian, MS 
ROTH. V1CKI, Sr, Southaven, MS 
ROUNSAVALL, DAVID STRATTON, Jr. 

Greenville. MS 



ROWELL, CARL, Jr, Ripley, MS 
ROWELL, CAROL ANN, Jr, Ripley. MS 
ROWLAND, JACKIE M.. Sr, Nashville, TN 
ROWLAND, KATHRINE N.. Sr, Jackson, TN 
ROWLAND. MARTIN E.. So, Flora, MS 
ROWLAND. SHERIDAN L., Sr, Corinth, MS 
ROWSEY. LISA, Sr, Louisville, MS 



Classes / 367 




ROYCE. ALLEN. Sr, Pontotoc. MS 
ROZIER. KEITH. So, Hernando, MS 
ROZZELL. SANDRA. Jr. Jackson, MS 
RUBY. MARY. Sr. Starkville. MS 
RUFF. RICHARD. Sr, Clinton. MS 
RUFFIN. LUCY. Sr, Philadelphia, MS 
RUFFIN. STACY. Fr. Philadelphia, MS 



RUMBLE. JAMES. Sr. Pittsburgh, PA 
RUNDLETTE. ELLSWORTH, So, Columbus, 

MS 
RUNNELS. BARBARA. So, Starkville. MS 
RUOSS. HANS. Fr, Amory. MS 
RUSH. ANDREW. Jr. Leaksville. MS 
RUSH. TERRELL, Sr. Pascagoula, MS 
RUSHING. DONNA. Jr. McComb, MS 



RUSSELL. BILL. Fr. Pontotoc, MS 
RUSSELL, KECIA, So, Batesville, MS 
RUSSELL, RANDAL, Sr. Decatur, MS 
RUSSELL. ROBERT. So. Petal. MS 
RYALS, GENE, So. Ocean Springs, MS 
RYAN. DEBORAH. Fr. Zoleo Springs, FL 
RYAN, GERRI, Sr. Mooreville, MS 



RYAN, GREGORY, Jr. Tupelo. MS 
RYAN, MICHAEL, Sr. Tupelo. MS 
RYAN. WILLIAM. Jr. Jackson. MS 
SABBATINI. NEO. Sr, Saerard, MS 
SADLER. JAN. Sr Forest, MS 

SAFIGAN, BRYAN. Jr, Clinton. MS 
SAIA. STEPHANIE. So. Winona, MS 



SALLEY. LENORA, Sr, Meridian, MS 
SALL1S. LISA, So, Brandon. MS 
SALTER, KIM. Fr. Amory. MS 
SAMDERS. TIMOTHY. Jr. Carthage, MS 
SAMUELSON. THOMAS. Sr, Tupelo. MS 
SANDERS, ALAN, Jr, Lyon. MS 
SANDERS, BETTY. Jr. Columbus. MS 



SANDERS, JEANNA, So. Sikeston, MO 
SANDERS, JENNIFER, Sr Carthage, MS 
SANDERS, JOHN, Jr. Jackson. MS 
SANDERS. MARCIA, Sr. Greenville, MS 
SANDERS. MARK. Jr, Meridian, MS 
SANDERS. SUSAN, Jr, Kosciusko, MS 
SANDERSON, JON. So, Hatley, MS 



SAND1DGE, RUSSELL, Jr. Montgomery, AL 
SANDOZ. SUZANNE, Sr, Long Beach, MS 
SANDFORD. ROBERT. Sr, Southaven. MS 
SANNEH. ABDU, Grd, Banjul, Gambia 
SARACO. ROSEMARY, Fr, Amory. MS 
SART1N, JOEY, Sr. Collins, MS 
SARTIN, SUSAN, Jr. Booneville, MS 



SAUCIER, CHERLY, So, Jackson, MS 
SAWL. JANET. Jr, Laurel. MS 
SAWYER, JER1, Jr. Clinton, MS 
SAXTON, CARMEN. Jr, McAdams, MS 
SAXTON. PHYLLIS. So. McAdams, MS 
SCALES. JULIA, So. San Antonio, TX 
SCARBOROUGH. ASHLEY, So, Colurr 
MS 



368 / Classes 



Shepherd 



■■■■■■ 




SCARBOROUGH. CONNIE. Jr, Pascagoula, 

MS 
SCARBOROUGH. DEBORAH. Sr, 

Caledonia. MS 
SCHLICHER. BOB, Fr, Biloxi. MS 
SCHMID. PAUL, Fr, Clinton, MS 
SCHMIDT. MARC1A. So, Southaven, MS 
SCOTT. BARBARA, Sr, Jackson. MS 
SCOTT. JOHN. Jr. Jackson TN 



SCOTT. JOHN, Jr. Benton, KY 
SCOTT, JUNE. Sr. Drew, MS 
SCOTT, KIM. Jr, Pearl, MS 
SCOTT, MARK. Jr, Jackson, MS 
SCOTT, SUSAN, Jr, Brandon, MS 
SCOTT, SUSAN, Fr, Jackson, TN 
SCHWANT. FRANK. Jr, Pass Christian, MS 



SCHWEGMAN. TER1, Sr. Gautier, MS 
SCRIBNER, VANESSA. Sr. Starkville, MS 
SEABROOK, REED. Jr, Jackson. MS 
SEALE. JOHN. So. Philadelphia, MS 
SEALS, CLIFTON, Jr. Louisv.lle. MS 
SEALS, TINA. Jr. Florence, AL 
SEALS. TONY, Sr. Winfield, AL 



SEAVER, JEFF. Jr, Meridian, MS 
SEBREN. SONYA, Jr. Jackson, MS 
SEE, GUY, Sr, Cl.nton, MS 
SEGER, JAMES. Jr, Canton Center, CT 
SELIGMAN, DAVID. Jr. Poplarville, MS 
SELLERS. BENNIE, Jr. Hattiesburg, MS 
SELLERS, EDGAR, Sr, Greenville, MS 



SESSUMS, MARTY, Fr, Jackson, MS 
SESSUMS, MARY, Sr, Indianola. MS 
SETO, BUCK. Fr, Isola. MS 
SEWELL, JENNA. Jr, Pontotoc, MS 
SEWELL, SHANNON, So. Louisville, MS 
SEYMOUR, TONYA. Fr, Jackson. MS 
SHACKELFORD, LISA. Jr, New Albany, MS 



SHAMAN. CHRISTOPHER. So, Cleveland, 

MS 
SHANKLIN. JOHN, Fr, Macon, MS 
SHARMA, SUDHIR. Sr, Hiawatha, IA 
SHARP. STEVE, So, Carthage, MS 
SHAUMAK, ANTIA, So, Starkville. MS 
SHAW, RHONDA, So, Philadelphia. MS 
SHAW, SUSAN. So, Coffeeville. MS 



SHAWVER. ELIM, Jr. Tupelo. MS 
SHEALY, MARK, Sr, Jackson, MS 
SHEFFIELD, MYRA, So, Fulton. MS 
SHEFFIELD, SUSAN. Jr. Clinton, MS 
SHELBY. ROBERT, So. Greenwood, MS 
SHELL, HOLLY, Fr, Jackson, MS 
SHELL. KENNETH. Jr. Rox.e, MS 



SHELTON. CHARLES, Jr, West Point, MS 
SHELTON, CINDY, Sr, Jackson, MS 
SHELTON. GARY, Sr, West Point, MS 
SHELTON, LORI, Sr, Columbus, MS 
SHELTON, SUZANNE, Jr. Jackson, MS 
SHELTON. TERESA. Sr, West Point, MS 
SHEPHERD, MIKE, Fr. Columbus. MS 



Classes / 369 



Shepherd 



SHEPHERD. SHERRY. So. Morton, MS 

SHEPPARD. AMY. Jr. Meridian. MS 



SHEPPARD. STEPHANIE. Fr, Meridian, MS 
SHERMAN. FRANCES. Sr, Greenville. MS 



SHERMAN. PAUL. Jr. Greenville, MS 
SHERMAN. PHYLLIS. Jr. Clarksdale, MS 



SHERMAN. ROSS. Sr. Wiggins, MS 
SHIELDS, LECERSIA, Sr. Tupelo, MS 



SHIELDS. MARGARET, Sr. Amory. MS 
SHIELDS. ROSE, Jr, West Point. MS 
SHIELDS, ZETTIE, Sr, Starkville. MS 
SHIBUYA, JOHN. So, Ocean Springs, MS 
SHIPLEY, KAREN, Sr, Auburndale, FL 
SHIREY, ALICE. Sr Senatobia. MS 
SHIRLEY. ANN. Fr, West Point. MS 



SHIRLEY, LISA, Jr. Memphis, TN 
SHIRLEY, SUSAN, Jr, West Point. MS 
SHOAF, CYNTHIA, Sr. Jackson, MS 
SHOEMAKE, CATHY. Sr. Bruce. MS 
SHOEMAKE. RHONDA. Jr. Brandon. MS 
SHORT. BRENDA. Sr. Greenville. MS 
SHOWS. WILLIAM. Jr. Lexington. MS 



SHUFORD. LESLIE, Sr. Clarksdale. MS 
SHUMPERT. EMILY. Sr Fulton MS 
SIBERT. LORI. Sr. Kosciusko. MS 
SIBLEY. VENETTA, Grd. Pontotoc. MS 
SIDES, ELIZABETH, Fr. Como, MS 
SIEDELL, LAURA. So, Richardson, TX 
SIEGEL, BRIAN. Sr. New Providence. NJ 



SIGMAN. MARVIN. Sr, Sherard. MS 
SIGURNJAK. KATHRYN, So. Ocean Springs, 

MS 
SILLS. AL, Jr, Starkville, MS 
SILVER. BONNIE. So. Jackson, MS 
SIMMONS. BETHANY. So, Hattiesburg. MS 
SIMMONS. CHANITA, Fr, Ripley. MS 
SIMMONS. EDWARD. Jr, Florence, MS 




370 / Classes 



Smith 




SIMMONS, VIRGINIA, So, Preston, MS 
SIMPSON, ALLEN, Jr, Eupora, MS 
SIMPSON. BRADFORD. Sr, Tupelo. MS 
SIMPSON, JAMES. Jr, Hickory Withe, TN 
SIMPSON. MICHAEL, Fr, Hickory Withe, TN 
SIMPAON, TERRI, Sr, Laurel, MS 
SIMS, DARRYL, Sr, Jackson, MS 



SIMS, JANET, So, Heidelberg, MS 
SIMS, KENNETH, Sr. Morton, MS 
SIMS, PEGGY, Sr, Bay Springs. MS 
SINCLAIR, LAURA, Fr, Louisville, MS 

SINGLEY, SHARON. Fr. Columbia. MS 

SISSON, KIM. So. Philadelphia, MS 
SISTRUNK. DUANE. Jr, Gulfport. MS 



SKATES. WILLIAM, So, Avon. MS 
SKELTON. JEFF. Fr, Winterville, MS 
SKINNER. AMY. So, Culleoka, TN 
SKIPPER. DAVID. So, Shagualak, MS 
SKIPPER, THOMAS, Jr. Meridian, MS 
SKOGEN, RENEE, Fr, Long Beach. MS 
SKOOG, ANDREW. Fr. Chadw.ck, IL 



SLAUGHTER, BARBARA, Sr. Utica. MS 
SLAUGHTER, JACQUELINE. Sr. Houston. 

MS 
SLAUGHTER, JEFF. So, Greenwood. MS 
SLAUGHTER. MARY. Sr, Starkville, MS 
SLAY. ALLISON, So, Starkville, MS 
SLAY, CHRIS, Sr, Starkville, MS 
SLAY, JACK, Grd, Starkville, MS 



SLEDGE, SHERRY, So, Winona, MS 
SLOAN, HOWARD, Sr. Louisville. MS 
SMITH, ALAN, Sr, Carriere, MS 
SMITH. ALISA, So, Coldwater, MS 
SMITH, AMY, So, West Point, MS 
SMITH. AMY, So, Vicksburg, MS 
SMITH, BRUCE, Grd, Gulfport, MS 



SMITH. CAROLINE, Sr, Hernando, MS 
SMITH, CHRISTOPHER, Jr, Boonville, MS 
SMITH, CONNIE, Jr, Foxworth, MS 
SMITH. CRAIG, So. Chicago, IL 
SMITH. CYNTHIA, Jr, Memphis, TN 
SMITH, DANNY, Fr, Starkville, MS 
SMITH, DARRELL, So, Louise, MS 



SMITH, DAVID. So, Pensacola, FL 
SMITH, DEANA, Jr, Meridian, MS 
SMITH, DEBORAH, So, Columbus, MS 
SMITH, DIANA, So. Tupelo, MS 
SMITH, EARLEAN, So. Starkville, MS 
SMITH, ED, Sr, Meridian, MS 
SMITH, ERNEST, Sr, Lucedale. MS 



SMITH, FAITH, So, Long Beach, MS 
SMITH, FRED. Sr, Brookhaven, MS 
SMITH. GARY, Sr, Gautier, MS 
SMITH. GINGI, Jr. Jackson, TN 
SMITH. JEFF, Jr, Pascagoula, MS 
SMITH, JEFF. Jr, Crystal Springs, MS 
SMITH. JEFFREY. Sr. Memphis, TN 



Classes / 371 




SMITH. JENNIFER, Sr, Jackson, MS 
SMITH. JOE. So. Cleveland. MS 
SMITH. JONATHAN, Jr. Corinth, MS 
SMITH. KAREN. Fr, Starkville, MS 
SMITH. KELLI, Jr. Wesson, MS 
SMITH, KEVIN, Sr, Jackson, MS 
SMITH. K1MBERLY. Sr, Danville, AL 



SMITH. LANE. Fr. Sidon, MS 
SMITH. LAURA, Fr, Brookhaven. MS 
SMITH, LAURICE. Sr Columbus. MS 
SMITH, LORETTA, Fr, Philadelphia, MS 
SMITH, MARK, Sr. Sand Hill. MS 
SMITH, MARSHALL, Jr. Brookhaven, MS 
SMITH, MELISSA, So, Tupelo, MS 



SMITH. MEMORIE, Fr. Hazlehurst. MS 
SMITH, MICHAEL, Jr. Woodville, MS 
SMITH. MICHAEL, Sr. Waveland. MS 
SMITH. MICHAEL. Sr. Tupelo, MS 
SMITH, MICHAEL, Jr, Brookhaven, MS 
SMITH, NAN, Fr, Tylertown, MS 
SMITH, NANCY, Sr, Brookhaven. MS 



SMITH. NANCY, So. Wesson, MS 
SMITH, RANDY, Sr, Laurel. MS 
SMITH, RAYMOND, Jr, Daytona Beach. FL 
SMITH, RENATA, Sr. Maben, MS 
SMITH, RUSS, Sr. Canton, MS 
SMITH, STACEY, Fr. McComb, MS 
SMITH, SUZANNE, Sr. Philadelphia. MS 



SMITH, TAMMIE, Grd. Jackson. MS 
SMITH, TIM, Fr. Covington, TN 
SMITH. WH1TAKER, Grd, Starkville, MS 
SMITHSON, SANDRA, Fr. Biloxi. MS 
SMYLIE, JAMES, Jr, Meridian. MS 
SNYDER, TODD, Fr. Marks, MS 
SOBLEY. STEPHEN, Fr Malvern, AR 



SOLERA, MARIA, Jr, Corinth, MS 
SONESON, PAIGE, Fr. Columbia, MS 
SORRELS, JOHN. Sr, Memphis, TN 
SOUTH, DONNIE, Fr, Batesville, MS 
SOUTH, JANET, Fr. Natchez. MS 
SOWELL, MARLON, Jr. Richland. MS 
SPARKMAN, JULIE. Sr, Pascagoula. MS 



SPEAR. LORI, Jr. Pascagoula, MS 
SPEEGLE, LESLIE, So. Jackson, MS 
SPEIGHTS, KEITH, Fr, Columbia, MS 
SPELL, LAURA, Fr, Clinton, MS 
SPELL, LAURA, Sr, Hattiesburg, MS 
SPENCE, ALAN, Jr. Hattiesburg, MS 
SPENCE, KAREN. Jr, Pearl, MS 



SPENCE. MELESIA, Jr, Decatur, MS 
SPENCER, ALTHEA, Fr. Bellefontaine, MS 
SPENCER, LaDONNA, Sr Maben, MS 
SPENCER, TIMOTHY. Sr, San Jose. NM 
SPIERS, BRIAN, Sr, Picayune. MS 
SPIGHT. DONNETTE, Jr. West Point, MS 
SPIRES, MELISSA, Fr, Jackson. MS 



372 / Classes 



Stockstill 




SPITCHLEY. MARA, Fr. Jackson, MS 
SPIVA, BRENDA. Jr, Noxapater. MS 
SPIVEY, SCOTT, Sr, Louisville, AL 
SPRADLING, GAIL, Jr Kosciusko. MS 
SPRAYBERRY, SKIP, Fr Carthage MS 
SPRING. KYLE, So, Natchez. MS 
SPRINGER. EDIE. Jr, Starkville. MS 



SPROW. GREGORY, Fr Gainesville. FL 
SRIVIPATTANA, JUTAPORN, Grd. 

Bangkok, Thailand 
STACY, ROBERT. Sr Jackson, MS 
STADALIS. JOSEPH, Jr Waynesboro, MS 
STAEHLE, WENDY, Sr, Bay St Lou.s. MS 
STALLINGS. JOHN, Jr Greenwood, MS 
STALLINGS, TRAVIS. Sr Starkville, MS 



STALLWORTH, CHARLOTTE, So, Mos: 

Point, MS 
STANFIELD. TERESA. So, Brandon MS 
STANFORD. JIMMIE, Sr Louisville. MS 
STANLEY, ROBERT. So, Starkville, MS 
STANTON, SHERRI. Sr, Vaiden. MS 
STAPLES, PAULA. Fr, Jackson. MS 
STARK. CAROL, Jr Pontotoc MS 



STARK, SANDRA, Fr, Pontotoc, MS 
STATHAM, GAY, Sr, Louisville, MS 
STEADMAN. JOHN II, Sr, Huntsville. AL 
STEED, DEBBIE. Sr Shelby, MS 
STEEDE, JOHN, Sr, Lucedale. MS 
STEELE, MARGARET. Fr. Greenwood. MS 
STEEL, STACY. Fr. Jackson, MS 



STEEN. RODNEY. Fr, P.nola, MS 
STEPHENS, G1DGET, Jr, Belmont. MS 
STEPHENS. JAMES JR.. Sr Tupelo. MS 
STEPHENS. MIKE, Jr, Belmont, MS 
SEPHENSON, ANNE, So, Waynesboro, MS 
STEPHENSON, CHARLES, Jr Waynesboro, 

MS 
STEVENS. CHARLOTTE. Sr Vicksburg, MS 



STEVENS. CHRISTI, So, Smithville, MS 
STEVENS. GINGER, So, Tupelo, MS 
STEVENS, LISA CAROL. So. Okolona, MS 
STEVENS. PAN, Jr. Vicksburg, MS 
STEVENS, PATTI, Jr, Okolona, MS 
STEWARD, ROBIN, Fr Pontotoc, MS 
STEWARD, STACY. So, Pontotoc. MS 



STEWART, CHARLES. Fr. Walthall, MS 

STEWART. JUDY, Sr, Walthall. MS 
STEWART, LAWRENCE, Jr, Lexington. MS 
STEWART. LISA. Jr. Philadelphia, MS 
STEWART. MICHAEL, Jr. Pearl, MS 
STEWART, SCOTT, Sr, Poplarville, MS 
STEWART, SUSAN. So, Jackson, MS 



STEWART, SUZANNE, So, Richmond, VA 
ST1GLETS, ROBIN. So, Jackson, MS 
STILES, DONALD, Sr. Vicksburg, MS 
STILES, MELISSA, Jr, Columbus, MS 
STILL, BETH, Jr. Pascagoula. MS 
ST. JOHN, ROBERT, Jr, Port Gibson, MS 
STOCKSTILL, BYRON, Fr. Picayune, MS 



Classes / 373 



Stockston 



STOCKTON. MAURICE III. Jr. New Orleans. 

LA 
STOKES. CARA, So. Porterville. MS 



STOLZ. JULIANA, Fr, Madison. MS 
STONE. ANNIE. Jr. West. MS 



STONE. BOBBY. Fr. Greenwood. MS 
STONE. JEFFREY. Sr, Memphis. TN 



STOPPEL. WILLIAM. So Starkville, MS 

STRAHAN. NANCY. Sr, Meridian. MS 



STRAUGHAN, ABNER. Jr. Wiggins, MS 
STREATER. SHIRLEY. So, Coila, MS 
STREET, LESLEE, Sr. Waynesboro, MS 
STREIFT. JOAHN, So, Ocean Springs. MS 
STRICKLAND. LAURA. Sr, Baton Rouge, LA 
STRICKL1N. DAVID, So, Jackson, MS 
STRICKL1N. JOANNA, Fr. Yazoo City. MS 



STRIDER, BURNS. Fr. Grenada. MS 
STRINGER, JULEE, So, Jackson. MS 
STRIPLING, JUDY, Jr, Columbus. MS 
STROHN, CHRIS, Sr Vicksburg, MS 
STRONG, AMY. So. Canton. MS 
STRONG. CAROL, Sr. Canton, MS 
STRUB, DENISE, Jr. Brandon. MS 



STRONGOSKY. JEAN, So. Nesb.t, MS 

STUART, KENNETH, Sr. Bogalusa. LA 
STUART, REBACCA, Sr Macon. MS 
STUART, WILLIAM, Sr. Carthage. MS 
STUBBS. ALAN, So. Vicksburg. MS 
STUBBS. DeLYNN, So, Jackson. MS 
STUBBS. JODI. So, Magee, MS 



STURDIVANT, DEDE, So. Oxford, MS 
STURDIVANT, LAURIE, So. Columbia. MS 
STURGEON, LOUIS, Jr, Woodville, MS 
STUTTS, BILL, Sr, Booneville, MS 
SULLIVAN, MICHELLE, Jr, Tupelo, MS 
SULLIVAN, MIKE, Sr. Belden, MS 
SULLIVAN, RANDY. Sr. Columbia. MS 




374 / Classes 



Taylor 




SULLIVAN. TERENCE. Sr, Bay Springs, MS 
SUMMERL1N. CURTIS. Sr. Jackson. MS 
SUMMERS. ANGELA, Sr, Brandon, MS 
SURRETTE. KEVIN, Sr. Water Valley. MS 
SUTTER, ROMANA. Sr. Meridian. MS 
SUTTLE, JOHN, Fr. Florence, AL 
SUBRAM1NIAM. 8WAM1N ATHAN. Grd, 
Madras, India 



SWAGERTY. PATRICIA, Jr, Brookhaven. I 
SWAIN. STACY. Jr. Brandon. MS 
SWAN, GABRIEL, Jr. Vaughan, MS 
SWANZY. BRAD, Sr. Natchez, MS 
SWAUNCY, JASON. Fr, Coldwater. MS 
SWARTZFAGER. GLENN. Fr. Laurel. MS 
SWEARENGEN. FRAN, Fr, Oakland, MS 



SWEARINGEN. BRYAN, So. Natchez, MS 
SWEARINGEN. MICHEAL, Sr. DeKalb, MS 
SWEATT, CARA, So. Jackson, MS 
SWEDENBURG. DAVID. Fr, Crawford, MS 
SWEDENBURG. LEANN, So, Columbus, MS 
SWEDENBURG. STACY, Sr, Crawford, MS 
SWILLEY, SUSAN. Jr, Wiggins, MS 



SWINDLE. MICHEAL. So, Belmont, MS 
SWINDULL, JAMIE. Fr. Verona. MS 
SWINNEY. OTERIA. Jr. Booneville, MS 
SWOOPE. SUSAN, Jr, Columbus, MS 
SWORDS, DENISE, Jr, New Albany, MS 
SYED, TASEER, Sr, Karachi, Pakistan 
SYKES. CLAY, Grd, Jackson, MS 



SYKES, GREG, Jr, Hooterville, MS 
SZUMIGALA. MICHAEL, Jr, Ocean Springs, 

MS 
TALLANT. MILTON, Fr, Pontotoc. MS 
TALLEY, SUSAN, Fr, Columbus, MS 
TANKSLEY, DANIEL. Sr, Clinton. MS 
TANN. OLIVER. Sr. DeKalb, MS 
TANNER, BRENDA, Sr. Jackson. MS 



TANNER, JERRY. Sr, Raleigh, MS 
TAPP. ROBERT. Jr. Baldwyn, MS 

TARIQ. MOHAMMED, Grd, Starkville, MS 
TARSI, ALLISON, Sr, Cleveland, MS 
TASSIN. DON, Fr, Grenada, MS 
TATE, BRUCE, So, Germantown, TN 
TATE, MYRA, Jr. Prairie Point. MS 



TATE. RAMON. Sr, Lexington. MS 
TATE, CHERYL, Fr, Germantown, TN 
TATE. STEPHEN, Fr, Belzoni, MS 
TATE, SYLVIA. Sr, Brooksville, MS 
TATUM. KRIST1ANE, Jr. Newton, MS 
TAVOLETI, FRED. Fr, Clarksdale, MS 
TAYLOR, JANIE. Sr, Vaiden, MS 



TAYLOR, JERRY, Sr. Kosciusko. MS 
TAYLOR, KELLIE, Fr, Olive Branch, MS 
TAYLOR, KELVIN, Sr. Louisville. MS 
TAYLOR, LESLIE, So, Jackson, MS 
TAYLOR. MARK. Jr. Greenville, MS 
TAYLOR. MARK E., So. Florence, AL 
TAYLOR. ROBIN. So, Columbus, MS 



Classes / 375 



Taylor 



TAYLOR. ROGER, Sr. Wiggins, MS 
TAYLOR. STEVEN. Jr. Picayune, MS 
TAYLOR. THERESA. So, Brandon, MS 
TAYLOR. THOMAS, Sr, Columbus, MS 
TAYLOR. TRACY, Jr. Someryille, TN 
TAYLOR. VIRGINIA. Sr McComb. MS 
TEEL. POLLY, Jr, Jackson, MS 



TEH. THIAN. Fr, Malaysia 
TELLSTROM, RICKY. Sr, Jackson, MS 
TEMPLE. JOHN. So. Jackson. MS 
TEMPLE, MOLLY, Fr. Sandersyille. MS 
TEMPLETON. TERRI, Jr Jackson, MS 
TENNYSON. JASON. Jr, Charleston, MS 
TENNYSON. WILLIAM. Fr. West Point, MS 



TERRY. ETTA. Jr, West Point, MS 
TERRY. SUZANN, Sr, Memphis. TN 
TERRY, THOMAS, Grd. Hornell, NY 
THERRELL. JONATHON. Fr Batesyille, MS 
THERRELL, REBEKAH. So. Batesyille, MS 
THIGPEN, SCOT, So, Jackson, MS 
THOMAS. ALPHONSE. Fr, Greenville, MS 



THOMAS. BERL, Jr, Brandenton. FL 

THOMAS. BRENT. Fr, Grenada. MS 
THOMAS. CHARLES. Jr Jackson, MS 
THOMAS. CHRISTOPHER, Sr Harmontown, 

MS 
THOMAS. DAN, Jr. Houston. MS 
THOMAS, ERNEST HI. Grd. Starkville, MS 
THOMAS. JAMES. Jr. Kosciusko. MS 



THOMAS. JASON, So, Gullport, MS 
THOMAS. KAREN, Sr. New Albany, MS 
THOMAS, MANNESSA, Jr. Shannon. MS 
THOMAS, MARY, So, Starkyille. MS 
THOMAS. MARY, Sr, Vicksburg, MS 
THOMAS, SHARON. Jr Jackson, MS 
THOMAS, STEPHANIE, Jr. Philadelphia, MS 



THOMAS, STEVEN. Sr. Union, MS 
THOMAS. TERRY, So Fulton. MS 
THOMAS, WILLIAM, Fr, Forest, MS 
THOMASON. KIMBERLY, Fr, Lucedal, 
THOMASON, LISA, Sr. Clinton, MS 
THOMASON, KEITH, Sr, Shannon. MS 
THOMPSON. BILL, Fr, Columbia. MS 



THOMPSON, 
THOMPSON, 
THOMPSON. 
THOMPSON. 
THOMPSON. 
THOMPSON. 
THOMPSON. 



BRENDA, So, Greenyille. MS 
CATHERINE, Sr, Florence, AL 
DONNA, Jr.Okolona.MS 
DUANE, Jr. Brookhayen, MS 
GINGER, Jr. Starkyille, MS 
JOHN, Sr, Starkyille, MS 
MARTHA, So, Starkyille, MS 



THOMPSON, MIKE. Grd, Hickory. MS 
THOMPSON, PAULA, Sr, Kosciusko, MS 
THOMPSON, COLLEEN. Jr, Egypt. MS 
THOMPSON, SAYONIA, So, Hamilton, MS 
THORN. TIM. Fr Red Bay AL THORNELL. 

KELLY, Fr. Shreyeport, LA 
THORNTON. DOUGLAS, So, Connth. MS 




376 / Classes 



Turnbo 




Thornton, Margaret, Jr. Grenada, MS 
Thrailkill, Mike, Jr. French Camp. MS 
Thrash, Leonard, Jr, Philadelphia. MS 
Thrasher, Rhonda, So. Pascagoula, MS 
Tickner, Robert, Jr, Monroe, LA 
Tiffin, Beth, Fr, Red Bay, AL 
Tillery, Edward. Jr, Longview, TX 



Tillman, Jim, So, Meridian. MS 
Tillman, Marvin, Jr, Minter City. MS 
Timbs, Michelle, Jr. Moorhead. MS 
Todd, Byron, Sr, Monticello, MS 
Todd, James. Sr, Poplar Bluff. MO 
Todd, Rebecca, Sr. Hernando, MS 
Todd, Sharon, So, Independence. MS 



Toler, Leigh, Fr. Tupelo, MS 
Toler, Sandra, So. Starkville. MS 
Toler, Thomas, Fr, Bay Springs. MS 
Toliver, David, Fr, Batesville, MS 
Toney, Barry, Jr, ShuButa, MS 
Toney, Gloria, Sr. Byhalia, MS 
Toombs, Karen, Jr. Grenada. MS 



Toomey, Richard, Jr. Brandon, Ms 
Touchstone, Kathryn, So, Clinton, Ms 
Townsel, Teresia, So, Starkville, Ms 
Townsend, Richard, Jr, Meridian, Ms 
Townsend, Scott, Sr. Valatie, Ny 
Trahan, Byron, Sr. Brandon, Ms 
Trahan, Danny, Jr. Biloxi. Ms 



Traicoff, Terri, Sr, Hernando, MS 
Traicoff, Trudi, Fr. Hernando, MS 
Trainum, Kennie, Fr, Olive Branch. MS 
Tramel, Milissa, Fr, Starkville, MS 
Trammel!, Charles, Jr, Louise, MS 
Treadwell, Randall. Fr, Coll.erville, TN 
Trehern, Linda, Jr, Escatavjpa, MS 



Trenchard, Michael, Fr, Bay St Louis. MS 
Trice, Jimmy. So, Fayette, AL 
Trigg, Christi, So, Clara, MS 
Triplett, John, Sr, Louisville, MS 
Triplett, Kathy, Jr, Booneville, MS 
Triplett, Rodney, Grd, Randolph, MS 
Triplett, Shirley, Sr, Louisville, MS 



Trotter. Debbie, So. Starkville. MS 
Trotter, Kathy, Fr. Starkville. MS 
Trotter, Mary, Sr. Pensacola. FL 
Trotter, Ronnie, Jr, Clarksdale. MS 
Trulove, Richard, So, Red Bay, AL 
Trussell, James, Jr. Mobile, AL 
Tuck, Amy, Sr, Starkville, MS 



Tucker, Cindy, Fr, Blytheville, AR 
Tucker, Kalvin, Fr, Columbus, MS 
Tucker, Michael, Sr. Edinburg. MS 
Tucker. Pamela. Sr. Blytheville, AR 
Tucker. Robert, Fr. Brandon, MS 
Tucker, Terry, Jr. Hamilton. MS 
Turnbo, Joycelyn, So. Kosciusko. MS 



Classes / 377 



Turnage 



TURNAGE. ELIZABETH. Fr, Brandon. MS 
TURNER. DAVID, Sr. Fulton, MS 



TURNER, JAMES, So, Tucker. GA 
TURNER. JONATHAN, Sr, Mobile, AL 



TURNER. KATHRYN. So, Jackson, MS 
TURNER. MELINDA. Fr, Houlka. MS 



TURNER, PATRICIA. Fr Madison, MS 
TURNER, ROBERT. Jr. Pearl MS 



TURNER, SHEILA. Jr, Jackson, MS 
TURNER, TAMMI, So, Carthage, MS 
TURNER. THOMAS. Sr, Matvell, AR 
TURNIPSEED. BRENT, Grd, North Haven. CT 
TURNIPSEED, TERRY. Jr, StarkviUe, MS 
TUTOR, NATHAN, Sr, Ecru, MS 
TUTOR. TRINA. Fr, Pontotoc. MS 



TW1TTY. RICHARD. Sr. Tupelo. MS 
TW1TTY, RUSS. Jr. Tupelo. MS 
TYLER. ANNALIESE. Fr, Tupelo. MS 
TYLER. RONALD, Fr, Gulfport, MS 
TYNER. STEPHANIE. So. Meridian, MS 
TYSON, EARVANCE, So, Taylor. MS 
UPTON. BRAD. Sr, Huntsville, AL 



VALENTINE. MICHELE, Fr. Starkv.lle, MS 
VALENTINE, SCOTT, Sr. Vicksburg. MS 
VALENTINE. SUZY. Jr. Greenwood. MS 
VALESENTE. VIRGINIA. Fr. Lawrence. KS 
VANCE, KENNETH. Sr. Grenada, MS 
VANDERDRAY. VONDA. So. Ocean Springs, 

MS 
VANDERVENDER. DAVID. Fr. Pascagoula, 



VANDEVENDER. HOLLY. Jr. Dekalb, MS 
VANDEVENDER. SANDRA. Jr. Pascagoula. 

MS 
VAN DYKE. DANIEL. So. Meridian. MS 
VANN. KENNETH. Fr. Macon, MS 
VanNAMEN. STEVEN. Jr. Jackson, MS 
VanWART. MARY, Fr. Hattiesburg, MS 
VARNADA. DIEDRA. Jr. Magnolia, MS 




378 / Classes 



Walsh 




VARNER, DARREL GLENN. Sr, Gulfport. MS 
VAUGHN. DOUG, So, Cleveland. MS 
VAUGHN. JOHN MICHAEL. Sr. Glendora. 

CA 
VAUGHAN. LOR1 KAY. Sr, Shannon, MS 
VEAL, EDWARD BYRUM JR.. Fr, 

Greenville, MS 
VERONA, JENNIFER A.. Jr, Greenville, MS 
VERNON, JOEL DAVID, Sr Perklnston, MS 



VESSELL, RICHARD D., Fr, Vicksburg, MS 

VICKERS. RONNY, Sr, Manlee, MS 
VICKERY. KATHRYN. Sr, Houston. MS 
VICKERY. TERRY BURNS. Sr, Jackson, MS 
V1ALE. TERRI D.. Jr. Slidell, LA 
VINES. KATHY, Fr, Philadelphia, MS 
VIRDEN. DONNY L., Jr, Greenv.lle, MS 



VOHRA, JASPAL SINGH, Sr, Kuwait Kuwait 
VOSS, MARY GLENN, Sr. Natchez, MS 
VOWELS. DAREN ALLEN. So. Charleston. 

MO 
WADE. HAP, Sr, Jackson. MS 
WADE. MICHELLE. Fr Jackson. MS 
WADSWORTH. CHIRA A., Jr. Elllsville, MS 
WADSWORTH. PAUL, Sr. Hernando, MS 



WAFULA, NICHOLAS, Fr, Kenya 

WAGES. ANTHONY RAYNARD, Jr 

Picayune, MS 
WAITS. ROBERT KENT. Sr. Memphis. TN 
WAITS. SUZANNE T., Jr. Pass Christian. MS 
WALDO. TAMI L., Fr. Byhalia, MS 
WALHOOD, BRIAN DUANE, Fr. Clarksdale, 

MS 
WALKER. AMY. Sr, Ocean Springs, MS 



WALKER. ANNJEANETTE, So, okolona, MS 
WALKER. CATHY ANN, Fr, Ocean Springs. 

MS 
WALKER, DONNA, So Mantee. MS 
WALKER. GREG ALAN. So. Brandon, MS 
WALKER. JAMES A.. Sr, Clarksdale, MS 
WALKER, JEFF, Jr, Collins. MS 
WALKER. JOSEPH C, Sr, Ridgeland, MS 



WALKER. KERRY, Jr, Laurel, MS 
WALKER. LORETTA, Sr. Louisville. MS 
WALKER, MACK G„ Jr. Potts Camp. MS 

WALKER, MARK CAMPBELL, Jr 

Somervjlle, TN 
WALKER, MELINDA K., Sr, Clarksdale, MS 
WALKER. RACHEL. Jr, Gulfport, MS 
WALKER. WENDY CAROL. So. Jackson, MS 



WALKER. WOOD, Jr, Water Valley, MS 
WALL, JAMES JR., Sr, Hickory Flat. MS 
WALL, P. RENEE, Sr, Gulfport, MS 
WALLACE, AMY, Jr, Jackson, MS 
WALLACE, DAVID ARCHIE. Fr 

Brookhaven, MS 
WALLACE, JACQUELINE, So. Carthage MS 
WALLACE, KENNETH M., Jr. Philadelphia. 

MS 



WALLACE, MARGARET ANN. Jr. 

Louisville, MS 
WALLACE, MARK FRANKLIN. Sr, Fulton, 

MS 
WALLACE, SHELIA MARIE, So. Natchez. 

MS 
WALLER, JOHN SCOTT, Sr, Shubuta, MS 
WALLIN, LACI M.. Sr, Columbus, MS 
WALSH. KIMBERLY ANNE. So, Woodville. 

MS 
WALSH, RON. Jr, Forest, MS 



Classes / 379 



Walters 



WALTERS. JOHN THOMAS. Fr, Fulton, MS 
WALTERS. KIM. Jr. Florence, MS 
WALTON. HARRY PHILIP III. F -> 

Vicksburg. MS 
WALTON. LINDA, Sr, New Augusta, MS 
WAMBLE. MARY. Fr. Kosciusko. MS 
WANG. SHUR-WERN. Grd. Taiwan. ROC 
WANG. YUPING. Grd. Taiwan. ROC 



WANSLEY. GERALD, So. Ellisvllle, N 
WARD. DAVID. Sr, Vicksburg. MS 
WARD. DONALD, Sr. Columbus, MS 
WARE. BETH. Jr. Jackson, MS 
WARE, BRENDA. Sr, Pontotoc, MS 
WARE. GRETA, Fr. Jackson. MS 
WARE. IVAN WESLEY. Fr. Brandon 



WARNOCK. JAMES LAMAR JR., Fr 

Jackson. MS 
WARREN, CHARLES AUBRY HI, So, 

Jackson. MS 
WARREN, GLENDA LEIGH. Sr, Laurel, MS 
WARREN, JACQUELINE RENE. Fr 

Corinth. MS 
WARREN. JEFFREY TODD. Sr. Morton, MS 
WARREN. MARIANNE, Sr, Corinth, MS 
WARREN. RICHARD. Jr. Morton, MS 



WARWICK. DAVID, So, Jackson, MS 
WARWICK. LEE ANN, Fr, Madison, MS 
WARWICK, PAM, Sr, Jackson. MS 
WASFARET, LARRY, Grd, Bemidj,, MN 
WASILENKO. TRENT JOSEPH, So, Bilo 

MS 
WASSON, ANDREA McCALL, Fr 

Kosciusko. MS 
WASSON, GENE. So. Kosciusko, MS 



WATHEN, MEGHAN LEAH, So Amory. MS 
WATKINS. ANGELA MARIE. Fr Madison, 

MS 
WATKINS. THAD, Sr, Louisville, MS 
WATKINS, TIMOTHY, Jr, Meridian, MS 
WATROUS. THOMAS JOHN JR., Fr 

Clinton. MS 
WATSON, CHARLES E. JR., Sr, Vicksburg, 

MS 
WATSON. JOHN. So, Starkville, MS 



WATSON, HELENE MICHELE, Jr, Clinton. 

MS 
WATSON, MICHAEL EARL, Jr, West Point, 

MS 
WATSON. REBECCA, Jr. Eupora, MS 
WATSON, ROBERT. Sr. Pascagoula, MS 
WATSON, RUTH, So, Eupora, MS 
WATSON. WALLY, So, Biloxi. MS 
WATSON. STEVEN PAUL. Sr, Corinth. MS 



WATSON. TRENT, Fr. West Point. MS 
WATT. POLLY ANN. Fr. Vicksburg, MS 
WATTS. LISA KAY, Fr. McCool, MS 
WEATHERFORD. TODD. Jr. Marietta, MS 
WEATHERLY. RANDY. So, Starkville. MS 
WEATHERSBY. ROBERT E. Ill, Jr. Tupelo, 

MS 
WEAVER, MURRY. Sr. Meridian, MS 



WEAVER. STAN. Fr. Columbus, MS 

WEBB. BRYAN. Fr, Gulfport, MS 

WEBB. EVELYN, Jr, Tunica. MS 

WEBB. JENNIFER. Sr, Pontotoc. MS 

WEBB. JODI. Jr, St Charles, MO 

WEBB. JOSEPH RANDALL, Jr, Tupelo, MS 

WEBB. MISTY ELAINA. Fr, Tupelo. MS 




380 / Classes 



Whatley 




WEBB, WILSON, Jr, Noxapater. MS 
WEBER. DAVID, So, Jackson. MS 
WEBSTER, PEGGY. Sr, Amory. MS 
WEDDING, JANE. Sr, Gulfport, MS 
WEED. DENA, Fr, Sm.thville, MS 
WEEKLY, MARK. Jr, Ward, AL 
WEEKS, JEFF, Sr, Columbus, MS 



WEEKS, TAMMY, Jr, Pontotoc, MS 
WEEKS. LEIGH ANNE, Fr, Cleveland, MS 
WEEMS, GENE, Fr, Biloxi, MS 
WEEMS, JIM, Fr, Brandon, MS 
WEEMS, WANDA. Sr, Flora, MS 
WEEMS. WENDY. So. Flora. MS 
WEHNES. JEFF, Jr, Brandon, MS 



WEHR, PEGGY. Jr. Starkville. MS 
WEHR, ROBERT. Sr, Starkville, MS 
WEIR. KENT. Sr. Huntsville, AL 
WEISS. LOU ANNE, Jr. Clarksdale, MS 
WEISS1NGER, DREW, Fr, Jackson, MS 
WELCH, BARBARA, Fr, Dekalb, MS 
WELCH, CYNTHIA, Fr. Grenada, MS 



WELCH, ERIC, Sr. Starkville, MS 
WELCH. SCOTT, Sr, Vaiden, MS 
WELCH. SONYA. Fr, Brandon, MS 
WELCH, STANLEY, Sr, Moselle, MS 

WELCH, STEVE, Sr. Soso, MS 

WELCH, TINA, Sr, Hattiesburg, MS 
WELFORD, KAREN, Sr, Huntsville, AL 



WELFORD, KEISHA, So. Lucedale, MS 
WELLBORN. DAVID, Sr, Starkville. MS 
WELLFORD. EVELYN, Sr, Cordova, TN 
WELLS, BUBBA, So, Starkville, MS 
WELLS III, FRED, Jr, Hernando, MS 
WELLS, MIRIAM, Jr, Greenville, MS 
WELLS, RHONDA, Sr, Mathiston, MS 



WELLS, TRACY, Fr, Brandon, MS 
WELSH. DAVE, Fr, Oskaloosa, IA 
WELSH, EDWIN, Sr, Jackson, MS 
WELSHAUD, AL, Fr, Rosedale, MS 
WENDLER, CARLA, Sr, Tupelo. MS 
WENGER, SCOTT, Sr. West Deptford, NJ 
WENTWORTH, CATHI, Jr, Pascagoula, MS 



WESELI. RENEE, So, Columbus, MS 
WESSON, ALLISON, Fr, Ocean Springs, MS 
WESSON, RAY, So, Ocean Springs, MS 
WEST. CARY, Sr, Florence, MS 
WEST. LAURA, Jr, Natchez, MS 
WEST. MARK. Sr, Pearl. MS 
WEST. WADE, Fr. Natchez, MS 



WESTBROOK. NEIL, Jr. Ocean Springs, MS 
WESTBROOK, ROGER. Jr. West Point, MS 
WESTER. KENNETH. Sr. Eupora, MS 
WESTMORELAND, JR., GERALD, Jr. 

Prentiss. MS 
WESTMORELAND, JOANNA, Fr Tupelo, 

MS 
WHALEN. DANIEL, Sr, Coldwater. MS 
WHATLEY, JANE, Sr, Winona, MS 



Classes / 381 



Wheat 



WHEAT. LEAH, Sr. Jackson. MS 
WHEELER. WILLIAM. Fr, Columbus. MS 



WHITAKER. DICK. So. Woodville. MS 
WHITE, ALLEN RAY, Sr. Vancleave. MS 



WHITE, BRUCE WADE. Sr Hackleburg, AL 
WHITE, CHERYL LYNN, Jr. Vicksburg. MS 



WHITE V, JAMES. So, Gautier. MS 
WHITE, JERRY SCOTT, Fr, Guntown. MS 



WHITE, JOHN. Fr. Hurley, MS 
WHITE. KAREN DeANN, Sr. Clinton, MS 
WHITE, LAURA. Fr. Jackson, MS 
WHITE. LAURIE ANN, So, Vicksburg, MS 
WHITE. MELANIE, So. Jackson, MS 
WHITE, MIKE, Grd, Brooksville, MS 
WHITE, MINDY, Jr. Calhoun City, MS 



WHITE. RANDALL LLOYD, Jr. Brandon. MS 
WHITE. TERESA MICHELLE, Fr Memphis, 

TN 
WHITE. TIMOTHY. So, Pascagoula MS 
WHITE, TINA. So. Clinton, MS 
WHITE. VICKIE, Jr, Jackson, MS 
WHITE. WILFRED. Jr, Columbus, MS 
WHITE. WILLIAM THOMAS. Sr, Vancleave. 

MS 



WHITEHEAD, KIMBERLY DALE, Fr. 

Birmingham, AL 
WHITFIELD, RICHARD. Sr, Picayune, MS 
WHITMORE, ELIZABETH. Jr, Louisville, MS 
WHITNER. STEVEN. Sr. Southaven, MS 
WHITTAKER. HARRY, Sr, Greenville, MS 
WHITTEN. KENNETH, Jr, Hattiesburg MS 
WHITTEN. NATHANIEL, Jr. Memph.s. TN 



WHITTINGTON, TERRY LYNN. Jr 

Carthage. MS 
WICKER. JENNIFER LEE. Fr Hattiesburg, 

MS 
WIGGINTON. BRADLEY, Sr. Smithvtlle, MS 
W1GLEY. TRACEY LEIGH. Sr. Clinton. MS 
WILBANKS. DEBBIE. Jr, New Albany MS 
W1LBANKS, JOSEPH A. II. Jr. Hernando. MS 
WILBANKS. SCOTT, Jr. New Albany, MS 




382 / Classes 



Williamson 




WILBANKS. TONYA RENEA, So, Hernando, 

MS 
W1LCHER, VICKIE SHAY, Sr, Pelahatch.e. 

MS 
WILCOX. FREDDIE. Grd, Abbott, MS 
WILDMAN. ALISON HARDIN. Sr, Tupelo, 

MS 
WILDMON, TIM, Sr, Tupelo. MS 
WILEY. ALAN. Jr, Pascagoula, MS 
WILEY, CALVIN, Jr. Clarksdale, MS 



WILHITE. LAURIE ANN. Jr. Walls. MS 
WILKERSON. BOBBY. Sr Pearl, MS 
WILKERSON. MITCHELL. Sr, Lancaster, SC 
WILKINS. JENNIFER PAIGE. Fr, Jackson, 

MS 
WILKINS. KEVIN. Sr. Bay Springs, MS 

WILKINSON. CHRISTOPHER 

ANTHONY, Jr, Madison, MS 
WILKINSON. FELICIA RIGDON. So 

Collinsville, MS 



WILKINSON. MICHAEL DAVID. Jr, 

Carthage, MS 

WILLIAMS. ANGELA CAROL. So, 

Birmingham, AL 
WILLIAMS. ANNIE MARIE. Jr. Gulfport. MS 
WILLIAMS. BRENDA FAITH, Fr. Meridian. 

MS 
WILLIAMS. BRIAN, Jr, Jackson, MS 
WILLIAMS, CHRISTIE LEIGH, Sr. Pearl. 

MS 
WILLIAMS, CINDY. So. Grove Hill, AL 



WILLIAMS. CINDY C, Sr, Grenada, MS 
WILLIAMS. CONNIE. So. Grenada, MS 

WILLIAMS. DUANE ANTHONY, So, 

Saginaw, Ml 
WILLIAMS. FRANK. Jr, Yazoo City, MS 
WILLIAMS, FRED, So, Long Beach, MS 
WILLIAMS. GEORGE, So, Brownsville, TN 

WILLIAMS, GREGORY WAYNE, So 

Pleasant Hill, MS 



WILLIAMS. 
WILLIAMS. 
WILLIAMS. 
WILLIAMS. 
WILLIAMS. 
WILLIAMS. 

MS 
WILLIAMS. KIMBERLY ANN. Jr. Amory 

MS 



JEFFREY, So. Jackson, MS 
JOANNE, Jr, Ripley, MS 
JOHN GARY, Sr, Newton. MS 
JOHN, Jr, Jackson, MS 
KAREN, Jr, Jackson, MS 
KEVIN BRIAN, Fr, Columbus, 



WILLIAMS. LANE, Sr. Columbus, MS 
WILLIAMS. LEIGH ANN. So, Memphis. TN 
WILLIAMS. LINDA JOYCE, Fr. Rosedale. MS 
WILLIAMS, LIZ, Sr. North Carrollton, MS 
WILLIAMS, MARK, Sr. Smithville. MS 

WILLIAMS, MARK WAYNE, Sr, Gaut.er. MS 
WILLIAMS. MARY, Jr, Jackson, MS 



WILLIAMS. MELISA ELAINE, Jr, DeKalb, MS 
WILLIAMS. MICHAEL DALE, Sr, Carthage, MS 
WILLIAMS. PAMELA, So. North Carrollton. MS 
WILLIAMS, PHILIP MARK, So Potts Camp MS 
WILLIAMS. PHYLLIS DANITA, Jr, Brandon, MS 
WILLIAMS. ROBERT ANDREW, Jr. Jackson. MS 
WILLIAMS, SCOTT ALLEN. Sr. Clinton, MS 



WILLIAMS. SHARON VERNETTE. So. North 

Carrollton, MS 
WILLIAMS, SHUN. Fr, Hollandale, MS 
WILLILAMS. STEPHANIE. Fr Jackson MS 
WILLIAMS. TANYA SHIRELLE. Sr 

Manila-Philippines 

WILLIAMS. TONYA. Sr, Greenville. MS 
WILLIAMS. WAYNE. Jr, Jackson, MS 
WILLIAMSON. CATHERINE JANE, Fr. Pen 

sacola, FL 



Classes / 383 



Williamson 



WILLIAMSON. DAYNA RENEE, Jr. 

Philadelphia. MS 
WILLIAMSON. NATE S.. So, Meridian, MS 
WILLIAMSON. ROBERT L.. Jr, Jackson, MS 
WILLIAMSON, SHEILA. Fr, Long Beach. MS 
WILLIAMSON. TAMMY RENA, Fr 

Louisville, MS 
WILLIAMSON. TERRELL SCOTT. Jr. Long 

Beach, MS 
WILLIS. DANNY GAYLON, Fr, Mantee. MS 



WILLIS. DAVID WAYNE, Jr, Mantee, MS 
WILLIS. DEE ANNA, So. Hernando. MS 
WILLIS, JENNY, So. Philadelphia, MS 
WILLIS, WILLIAM R. JR., Jr. Jackson, MS 
WILLS. KAREN S.. Jr, Hernando, MS 
WILSON. BRADLEY F., So Jackson, MS 
WILSON. DANNY M., So, Madison. MS 



WILSON. DAVID EUGENE, Sr, Cleveland. 

MS 
WILSON. DENNIS RAY. Jr. Ocean Springs. 

MS 
WILSON. DOUGLAS W.. Jr. Lyons. KS 
WILSON. HARRY MAURY. Fr, Tupelo, MS 
WILSON. JACQUELINE DELORES. So, 

Greenville, MS 
WILSON. JAMES J., Sr, Verona. MS 
WILSON. KAREN LEA. Sr. Clinton. MS 



WILSON. KENNETH VAN JR., Sr, Jackson, 

MS 
WILSON. LANA K., Sr. Houston, MS 
WILSON. LANCE. So. Greenville, MS 
WILSON. ROBYN D.. Jr, Southaven. MS 
WILSON, STEVEN P., Sr. Meridian, MS 
WILTCHER, ROBIN CIREESE. Sr, 

Senatobia. MS 
WILTSHIRE. DONNA. Jr, Belmont. MS 



WINDHAM, CATHY ANNE. Sr. Clinton, MS 
WINDHAM, DWAYNE MARK. Jr, Jackson. 

MS 
WINDHAM. KEITH. So Tupelo, MS 
WINGFIELD. KIM L. M.. Sr. Steele. MO 
WINSTEAD, GREGORY, Sr. Pelahatchie, MS 
WISEMAN, ARETHA. Fr, Olive Branch. MS 
WISEMAN. JOHN. Jr, New Albany. MS 



WOLFE. DAVID E., Jr, Cascilla, MS 
WOLFE, DEREK M.. Sr, Grenada. MS 
WOLFE. TAMMY SUE. Sr, Fulton, MS 
WOLVERTON. JOHN F., Sr. Starkville 
WONG, WAILAM. Fr. Hong Kong 
WONG. WAISUM. Jr, Hong Kong 
WOO. FLETCHER CLAYTON. Fr, 
Lexington. MS 



WOO, MICHAEL, So, Inverness, MS 
WOO, SUSAN GAIL. Sr, Belzom, MS 

WOOD, KIMBERLY ANNE. Fr, Tupelo. MS 
WOOD, MARY LOIS, Jr. Pearl. MS 
WOOD. TRACY ANN, Jr. Saltillo, MS 
WOODARD. JAMES ROLAND. Sr. Mobile, 

AL 
WOODARD. KIM JoANNE. So, Eupora, MS 



WOODWARD. MARK. Sr. Louisville. MS 
WOODS, EVERETT. Sr, Stanton, TN 
WOOTEN, ALISA A., Tupelo. MS 
WOOTEN, JOHNNY WAYNE. So, Math.ston. 

MS 
WOOTEN. KIMBERLY DARLENE. Fr, West 

Point, MS 
WOOTEN, SHERRY ANN. So. West Point. MS 
WORD. CYNTHIA, Sr, Pearl, MS 



384 / Classes 




Zummo 




WORK, JULIE ANN, Fr, Cleveland. MS 
WORK. MELODY ANN, So, Cleveland, MS 
WORSHAM, BEN FRANK. So, Corinth, MS 
WRAY. JOEY L., Jr, West Point. MS 
WRIGHT, BILL D.. Jr, Pascagoula, MS 
WRIGHT, BRUCE EDWARD. Fr, Greenville, MS 
WRIGHT. CORA RENEE. Sr, Greenville, MS 



WRIGHT. FITZGERALD. So, Grenada, MS 
WRIGHT, JOE ALAN, Sr, Water Valley. MS 
WRIGHT, KEN D., So, Brandon, MS 
WRIGHT. PAULA KARYN, Fr, Carthage, MS 
WRIGHT, RAMONA LYNN, Fr, Louisville, MS 
WRIGHT, ROZILYN JANEE, Fr, Mantee, MS 
WRIGHT. TAMMY LYNNE, So, Tupelo, MS 



WRIGHT. TIMOTHY BROWN. Fr Vardaman, MS 
WRIGHT. TRAVIS, Jr, Mantee, MS 
WUELLNER. HOPE RACHELLE, Fr. Alton. IL 
WUSNACK. CHARELS J., So, Bay St. Louis, MS 
WYATT. CYNTHIA, Fr, West Point. MS 
WYNNE, GREG T., Fr, Kosciusko, MS 
WYNNE, JOHN MICHAEL, So, Kosciusko. MS 



YANCEY, CINDY, Fr, Starkville, MS 
YANT. CARLA S., Jr, Jackson. MS 
YARBROUGH, PAM, Jr. Louisville, MS 
YARBROUGH. STUART H. JR., Sr, Calhoun 

City, MS 
YATES, GREGORY D., Sr, Lucedale. MS 
YATES, KIM, Sr. Philadelphia, MS 
YEATMAN, CARRIE LYNN, Fr, Starkville, MS 



YELVERTON, MARY GREY, So, Columbus, MS 
YOSTE, MARY SCOTT, Fr, Jackson, MS 
YOUNG. CYNTHIA ANNELL, Jr, Greenville, MS 
YOUNG, DON E., Sr, Columbus. MS 
YOUNG, ELLEN ELIZABETH, Sr, Senatobia, MS 
YOUNG. FLORA, Sr, Fulton, MS 
YOUNG, JOHN G., Jr, Aberdeen, MS 



YOUNG, JOHNNY, Fr, Clarksdale, MS 
YOUNG, LYNN ANN, Jr, Madison, MS 
YOUNG, ROBERT R„ Sr, Jackson, MS 
YOUNG. STEVE, Sr, Tupelo, MS 
YOUNGER, KIMBERLY, Fr, Columbus, MS 
YOUNGER, LEWIS G., So, Columbus, MS 
YOUNGER, SUSAN R.. So, Winona, MS 



YU. MAY-FUNG CAROL, So 
ZANDERS, JACQUELINE MARIE. Sr 

Clarksdale, MS 
ZEIGLER. ELIZABETH A., Sr, Columbus, MS 
ZEPPELIN. JENNIFER LYNN, Fr, Starkville, MS 
ZHU, CHRISTOPHER, So, Fujian, China 
ZUMMO, KEVIN J., Sr, Starkville, MS 



Classes / 385 



1985 REVEILLE Student Index 

Aleatrice Rodgers — Editor 



A 



Abadle. Elizabeth A — 310 
Abbey. Kerry K - 259.310 
Abel. Mltcle - 304.310 
Abide. Albert K. Ill - 310 
Able!. Larry T — 310 
Abies, Llllle D - 267. 310 
Abraham, Angela M — 189. 

202. 203 
Abraham. Calhy A — 202. 203 
Abraham. Tracy M — 279. 310 
Acker. Susan M - 310 
Ackers, Caryn — 70 
Ackerman, David C — 310 
Adair, Cynthia I - 196. 197 
Adair. Richard M - 3. 92. 247. 

273, 288. 292. 300. 395 
Adams. Alice C - 310 
Adams. Angela C - 196. 197 
Adams, Bertha H —310 
Adams. Carol A — 310 
Adams. Deborah L — 248. 310 
Adams, Frank G — 310 
Adams. MitzlL -310 
Adams. William L - 249. 258 
Adcock. Larry P - 244.310 
Adcock. Leigh T — 137 
Addy. VondaK - 310 
Adkins. Tracey S — 304, 310 
Adklsson. Jana D — 310 
Agee, Michael L —78.85.244. 

276.310 
Agent. Suzanne S - 289,310 
Agnelly, GinoJ - 260 
Ahlrich. PaulG. -310 
Ahmed. Altab — 310 
Alkerson. Terrance - 310 
Ainsworth.KalaC — 310 
Alnsworth, Kenneth E — 310 
Alnsworth. Todd — 220, 221. 

310 
Ake. Charles E — 310 
Akers. CarynJ — 288 
Akers. Jim - 263 
Akers. Mark P - 269 
Akin. Robert A — 247,310 
Akins, Kenneth B — 310 
Ak.ns. Susan G -310 
Aldredge. James C — 104 
Aldredge, Melissa M — 310 
Aldnch. Randall L — 310 
Aldndge.S R — 247.310 
Alexander. Doris L — 310 
Alexander. Kimberly D - 258 
Alexander. Lee III — 310 
Alexander. Pamela N. — 311 
Alfonzo. Pedro N - 311 
Allord. Naomi L - 311 
Allord. Timothy L - 311 
Alger. Adam R - 311 
All. Salem O - 252 
Allen. Betsy - 311 
Allen. David R — 210,211.311 
Allen. Hacey — 311 
Allen, Jack T - 311 
Allen, MelanleJ - 258,311 
Allen. Patty L - 248 
Allen. Phil S. —311 
Allen. Ralph L - 267 
Allen. Vlcki L. — 311 
Allison. Anthony C Jr. - 311 
Allred. Miriam L - 311 
Allred. Peggy R - 311 
Alonzo. Christopher S — 240. 

298. 311 
Althen, Donna K - 311 
Alvls. Jennifer A - 311 
Amason. Odls Dale Jr - 258. 

311 
Amis. MerabL -91. 198. 199. 

273 
Ammeson, Lynn J — 139 
Amnion, Wesley A — 284 
Amos, Miranda K — 311 
Anderson. Brad — 311 
Anderson. Cecil R. —311 
Anderson. Chris — 311 
Anderson. CIlHord W Jr -210. 

211.311 
Anderson. Llllle F - 248.311 
Anderson. Mark A — 311 
Anderson. Melody S - 311 
Anderson, Robert W — 231 . 240 
Anderton, Lawrence W - 220. 

221.311 
Andress. Rubyanne — 267. 31 1 
Andrews. Harry III — 311 
Andrews. Helen H - 198. 199. 

272 
Andrews. Lori D. — 311 
Andrews. Mark S - 231 
Andrews. Melanle J — 202. 203, 

311 
Andngueto. Dulce C -252.311 
Andngueto, Jose R — 311 
Anger, Caroline B — 196. 197. 

247,311 
Anglln.BonltaG — 311 
Anthes. KnsC - 265.311 
Anthony, Cindy — 31 1 
Anthony, Edwtna D — 138. 139 
Antoine. Lisa H — 311 
Antoon. Louis A —311 
Aram, Kalhryn A —202.203. 

311 
Archie. Chad L III - 311 
Arendale. William M - 239. 

258.311 
Arender.Kay E - 198, 199, 

285.311 
Anck. Peggy Lee E — 311 
Ankan. Ender - 3. 293. 31 1 
Annder. Grant A — 311 
Arledge. Michael A —260.311 
Armour. Sherry H — 311 
Armstrong. Amy - 311 
Armstrong, Jo Ann — 311 
Armsrrong, Leresa A — 311 
Armstrong, Maun A — 198. 199. 



311 
Armstrong, Suzy — 281, 31 1 
Armstrong, Timothy — 311 
Armstrong, Tommy — 104.250 
Arnetl. Manorle S — 311 
Arnold. Ashlelgh — 312 
Arnold, Belinda A - 260, 280. 

312 
Arnold. Charles D — 278 
Arnold. Elizabeth A - 271 
Arnold. Hunter T — 280 
Arnold. Ralph R - 312 
Arnsdorff. Terry — 250 
Arrlngton. Deanna R — 249 
Arrtngton, James A — 311 
Amngton, Kathy S — 242, 245. 

311 
Arsenault. Michael G. — 134, 

312 
Arthur. John H. Jr —312 
Arthur, Lisa A - 198. 199. 279. 

304.312 
Artigues. Mark — 214.215 
Ashby. Kimberly E - 196, 197. 

312 
Ashbv. Sandra R - 312 
Ashcralt. Delmon E Jr — 258, 

279.312 
Ashcralt. Kimberley K - 312 
Ashcralt, Timothy C - 312 
Asher.L C - 312 
Ashlord. Anna A — 312 
Ashford. Christy — 312 
Ashlord. Earnest J —104.312 
Ashley. Robert - 312 
Ashmore. Allyson J - 18. 83. 

194. 195.312 
Ashmore, Stephanie K - 131. 

312 
Ashmore. Susan D — 198. 199, 

312 
Asken, Dennis L Jr -269.312 
Assink. Rebecca F — 312 
Atherton. Judith C — 196, 197. 

259.312 
Atherton, Perry E —312 
Atkins. AndrewS — 312 
Atkinson. Ellen - 289,312 
Atkinson, Terry A. — 312 
Atwell, Keith E — 312 
Auidenberg, Jeane D — 198. 

199 
Ausl. Richard W - 279 
Austin. Betty J O — 258. 286 
Austin, Millard R Jr — 312 
Austin. Stephen S - 248, 250, 

312 
Aulry, MarkK - 312 
Aulry, NilesP Jr - 14.282. 

312 
Avant.Tlm - 282,312 
Avanl.TommyJ - 312 
Axlell, Clifford T - 210,211 
Aycock, Janice K - 279 
Aycock. MarkD —312 
Ayers, Gregory T, — 260 
Ayres, Leigh W -198,199,312 



B 



Bagwell. John C —260.312 
Bagwell, Patty E - 312 
Bailey, Angela R — 312 
Bailey. Jacquelyn L — 249. 312 
Bailey. Jeffrey P — 312 
Bailey. John T - 312 
Bailey. Margaret A — 312 
Bailey. Perry V — 312 
Bailey, Tyanne S — 312 
Bailey. Victor L - 312 
Balls. Andrea Y - 312 
Balrd. Frank G. — 165 
Baker, Brett E - 312 
Baker. MaryS. — 312 
Baker. Melissa G - 312 
Baker. Polly M - 312 
Baksa. David P — 312 
Baldwin, John P, — 312 
Baldwin. Johnny R — 312 
Baldwin, Sheoler — 313 
Baldwin. Susan E - 90 
Baldwin. William T — 298, 313 
Ball, Franklin K - 313 
Ball, Gwendolyn C. —313 
Ball, James - 188,313 
Ball, Mary E - 249,313 
Ball, Mary T —313 
Ball. Michael W - 313 
Ballard, Brette P - 313 
Ballard, Deanle - 259, 313 
Ballard, Dwayne D — 313 
Ballard, Thomas L III — 260 
Ballcom, Todd - 254 
Banks. Terrance W - 104 
Baraldl. David J - 258.313 
Barber. Julie E - 204. 205. 279 
Bardwell. Cheryl D —313 
Bardwell. John F — 313 
Barham. Earnest H — 313 
Barham. John V — 313 
Barham. Rebecca A — 250. 258. 

313 
Bark. Cheryl — 313 
Barker.GregJ -210,211,313 
Barlow, Richard - 104 
Barlow, Sarah E - 259. 279. 

313 
Bames, David A —313 
Barnes. Gregory B — 247 



, Mai 



104 



Barnes. Vaaser NMI - 313 
Barnum, Rebecca - 276 
Barnen, Jerry L - 236. 242 
Bamert. Marianne — 271.313 
Ban, Edith C — 260 
Barr, John R III - 258, 313 



Barrentlne, Lucille - 245. 277. 

313 
Barrett. Bo — 398 
Barrett. Rebecca — 313 
Barrett, Robert A - 258, 263. 

275 
Barrett. William M - 236 
Barrtck. Gregory A — 258. 298. 

313 
Barrrlleaux. Yvette R . — 272 
Barrow. Vernon W III — 72, 313 
Barry. Leigh S — 313 
Barton. Loralne - 196. 197. 

279.313 
Bass. Leon K - 239. 276 
Batchelder. Krlsten E — 293. 

313 
Baleman. Bobby — 313 
Bateman, Robert S - 78. 188. 

277.313 
Bateman. Thomas L — 313 
Bates, Timothy E —313 
Batson, Kimberly J - 244 
Battle. Michelle R. — 189 
Baxter. Barron V - 313 
Baylot, Erwln A Jr - 262 
Baylol. Jamie L - 269 
Bazor. C B - 313 
Beachum, Christopher M. — 250. 

313 
Beam, Richard G Jr - 242. 298 
Bean. Daniel D - 313 
Bean, Dee A - 313 
Beane, Thomas C. —313 
Beard. Donald G — 304 
Beard. Herman R - 220,221. 

313 
Beard. Ruth L. - 313 
Beasley, Jerry C — 313 
Beasley. Jim S. — 313 
Beasley, Wlnf red G - 313 
Beattie. Rebecca J -196.197. 

220,313 
Beaudoin, Susan C - 131,202, 

203, 313 
Beaver Cella E - 196, 197, 313 
Beck. William B Jr - 210,211 
Beckham. Albert H Jr - 264 
Beddoe. MarcT - 313 
Bedlord, Beverly L —313 
Beers. Mark A - 313 
Beevers, Kerri E. - 313 
Belew, Mary Lynne — 194. 195. 

313 
Beliech, Ronald E - 254 
Belk.FredM III - 313 
Bell. Cindy J —313 
Bell.H M - 282.313 
Bell, James F III - 219, 275, 

280.314 
Bell. James M Jr - 72 
Bell. Kenneth E. — 314 
Bell. Linda L - 314 
Bell, Marvin L — 314 
Bell. Mary L -314 
Bell. RosieM — 314 
Bell. William C -220,221,247, 

314 
Bell. William S - 314 
Belue. James T. - 258.314 
Bendana, Maria F - 275. 299, 

314 
Bennett, Bradley H - 314 
Bennett, Call.sta - 275, 280, 

314 
Bennett, Dawn M - 247, 284. 

314 
Bennett, Jacqueline B. — 314 
Bennett, James D - 314 
Bennett. Jody — 231,314 
Bennett, Mark C - 104 
Bennett, Marshall S - 314 
Bennett, Michael T - 314 
Bennett. Patricia J -269.314 
Benson, Robert W - 314 
Berbette. Christopher E — 220, 

221.314 
Bergstrom, Annette B — 72. 78. 

247,259.271,288.314 
Berkllte, Ava E M - 314 
Berklite, David E - 239,314 
Berry. Bobby — 287,314 
Berry, Mellta A — 314 
Berry. Russell E - 314 
Besh. JohnM -188.206.244. 

314 
Besselievre. Todd R - 314 
Belcher. Raymond E — 188, 

207.267,314 
Betcher, Russell A - 220.221. 

314 
Bethany, Elizabeth A - 196. 

197,314 
Beyer, Deslree M - 204. 205. 

275.314 
Blanca. Mary E - 204. 205. 

275.314 
Bibbs, Melissa — 270 
Bice. Gena - 285,314 
Blediger. Janet F - 275.314 
Biggs. Steve M -214.215 
Blgham.MaryM — 150.202. 

203.315 
Blgham, Melody K -260.315 
Bllbro, Cam - 315 
Bllbro. Jennller M - 315 
Bllbro. Laura A - 198. 199. 

269,315 
Bllllngsley, James - 315 
Blllups. Pamela A - 315 
Blnlord. Michael A - 315 
Bingham. Terence D - 315 
Bird. Patricia L — 315 
Bishop. Andrlta — 269 
Bishop. George E II — 315 
Bishop. Holly D - 315 
Bishop, Julie F —315 
Bishop. MarvaG - 315 
Bishop. Prentiss W -243.282. 

315 
Bittner. Robert P — 315 
Blvens, JlmD -315 
Black. Anna M - 261,315 
Black, DebraD — 315 
Black. John - 315 
Black. Julie R - 315 
Black. Laura J - 202.203,315 



Black. LulaA - 315 

Black. Patricia A - 196, 197, 

243,315 
Black. Rebecca S — 315 
Black. RonaldS. -315 
Black. Samuel C III — 231 
Black, Sharon L, — 315 
Black. Sheldon A - 282.315 
Black. Walter L - 262.315 
Black. William D — 214,215. 

252.315 
Blackbum. Jimmy L Jr. — 315 
Blackburn. William M - 315 
Blackmon, Debra A - 315 
Blackwell. Phyllis - 271,315 
Blackwood. Jonl L - 252. 315 
Blaine, Harold K - 248.315 
Blair. Charles R - 315 
Blair. Julie A. —315 
Blakeney. Franklin L - 293. 

304,315 
Blakeney. Mary F — 315 
Bland. Robin D - 204, 205. 315 
Blaney, Ben — 252 
Blankensteln. Boatner A — 210, 

211.315 
Blanton, Alexander III - 242 
Blanton. Dlanne L - 278 
Blary. David R - 250.315 
Blary. Steven M - 315 
Blaylock. Jatquelyne J — 204, 

205 
Blaylock. Minnie L — 315 
Blocker. Peter G - 210,211. 

298.315 
Blom, MarkL - 104.315 
Bloodworth, James Jr - 104 
Blossman. Frank C -214,215 
Blount. Donna V — 315 
Blount. Nathan M — 260, 315 
Blowe. Prijcllla L — 189. 198. 

199,300.315 
Blue. Lender - 249 
Blue, Linda D. — 315 
Blum. Henry S IV - 207, 264. 

315 
Bock, ArleneE - 315 
Bock, Robert W Jr -315 
Boddy. Stanley — 250 
Bodet. RoyE 111 - 315 
Boehnleln, Glenn S — 244 
Boggjn, Steven - 315 
Boggs. Steven J - 316 
Bohra. Goutham C — 316 
Boland, Robyn L - 279.316 
Bole. Melody M -316 
BoHan. James A III -316 
Bolln.JamesD -220,221,316 
Bolland. John W - 316 
BoJIenger, James - 316 
Bommer, Susan R - 194. 195. 

316 
Bond. David L. — 316 
Bond, James L. — 316 
Bone. Walter N - 316 
Bonln, Todd J - 275,316 
Bonner, Dwayne R —316 
Bonney, Dana C - 72. 204, 

205.278.316 
Bontemps. Charles R - 239. 

276.316 
Bontemps. Fredrick J — 275 
Bontemps. Tracey A — 289, 316 
Booker, George A Jr — 316 
Booker, George M Jr — 316 
Booker, Michael W - 230. 316 
Boone. Beth B - 316 
Boone. Carle L — 241.316 
Boone. Chris H — 316 
Booth. James S- — 316 
Booth, Jeffrey A — 316 
Booth. Judith L — 72. 78.86. 

87.247 
Booth, Martha E O - 280 
Booth, Thomas M Jr — 240 
Borden. Richard C Jr — 263, 

316 
Borst. Orlando A - 279 
Borum. Joyce M — 258. 316 
Borussard. Charlie — 230 
Boswell. David M — 131.316 
Boswell. Elizabeth L — 316 
Boswell. Kenneth L - 259 
Bolder. Harold K - 316 
Bolder. Herman G Jr. — 316 
Bouchlllon. Angle T - 258, 265. 

279.316 
Bouchlllon. Rusty — 316 
Boudousqule, Mary R — 316 
Boulware, James M II - 316 
Boulware, Sarah A - 316 
Bourgeois. Chris M — 316 
Bourgeois. John C -272.316 
Bourn. Slelan G - 267 
Bourne, Russ M. - 250 
Bowen. Donna K —316 
Bowen.Loyce - 249, 316 
Bowen, Mary A - 198. 199 
Bowen. Mary E - 259 
Bowman. Betty J — 316 
Bowman. David R — 316 
Box. Alice L - 250.316 
Boyd. Alesla F - 244. 249 
Boyd. Cathy G - 278,316 
Boyd, Chris G 316 
Boyd. Dwayne H. — 316 
Boyd. Edward M - 316 
Boyd, Lara A — 316 
Boyd. MarkeataL - 316 
Boyd, Shem D -316 
Boyd, Stacy D - 316 
Boyd. StevenS - 279.316 
Boykin, Kathy J - 316 
Boykin. Ollle D - 316 
Boyt. David W -214.215.316 
Bozone. David M - 317 
Brabston. William P -275.317 
Bracken, Aden S - 194, 195, 

271 
Bracken. Karen L - 194, 195. 

317 
Braddock. Charles M Jr -317 
Braddock. Rebecca J — 317 
Bradford. Jennifer L -259.317 
Bradford, William K — 317 
Brady. Beth - 198. 199.317 
Brady. Joseph A Jr - 247, 317 



Bramlett. Scott R, — 39 

Branch, Polly — 124 

Brandon, Michael T - 220,221, 

273.317 
Brandon. Rhonda M —317 
Brannon. David H — 317 
Brannon, Ralph E Jr — 317 
Branscome. Joseph B — 317 
Brantley. Jellrey H - 188,317 
Brantley. Rodney P — 317 
Brasher. Brenton S -317 
Brashier. John D - 317 
Braswell. Chandler E -317 
Braswell.GaryJ. - 317 
Braswell. Lawrence W -317 
Braswell, Steven R — 317 
Braun.TlnaR -275 
Braxton. Lamar A Jr - 258. 

317 
Bray. DenaC —317 
Bray.HallardS. - 317 
Bray, RoslynE - 317 
Brazell. Mark J - 251.317 
Breazele, Henry H 111-317 
Breazeale. John T. — 278 
Breeland, Mack L — 236 
Breeze. William J. — 317 
Breland. Dana L - 244 
Breland. Monte T — 317 
Breland. Ronald D - 270. 317 
Brenkert. Scott — 270 
Brenner. Carol A - 198. 199. 

317 
Brenl, Melanle R. - 317 
Brewer. Brian K - 317 
Brewer, Kenneth M, — 317 
Brewer. Ronnie L — 317 
Brewer. Roy V Jr — 317 
Brewer. Shawana K - 272. 317 
Brewster, Sharen C — 317 
Bnckman, Mlchele A. -317 
Bridge. Robert B - 220,221. 

317 
Bridges. Dana A. — 317 
Bridges. David H — 317 
Bridges. Gary — 150 
Bndgforth. E B - 72. 79. 188. 

244,247.317 
Bnghl. Deborah D - 317 
Bnscoe. Mona R - 204, 205. 

271.304,317 
Bnsler. Beth A. — 317 
Brister, Lisa — 249 
Brister, Rulus W - 244.247. 

317 
Brtstow, William V - 317 
Britl.EdlaA - 198, 199.247. 

317 
Bntt. Lisa C - 259 
Bntt. Melanle K - 194. 195, 

317 
Bntt. Thomas H. — 317 
Bnttlan. Jeffery C — 104 
Broadway. Reglna D -244,317 
~ .ck. Beth - 204,205.317 
.ck. Debbie - 247. 286. 289. 

317 

.ck, Keith D - 258,317 
«:k. Melanle - 240, 318 
xtkman, Eric O - 258. 298, 



11« 



258, 



ockway, Thomas R Jr 

279.318 

onnenberg, Steven L — 318 

ooks, Carl D - 220, 221 

. James R — 318 
ooks. Lyn — 318 
ooks. Sandra L. — 318 
ooks, Sarah L. - 278 
ooks. Terrt E - 318 
oome. Julie A - 275.318 
oome. Thomas H — 258. 265. 
267,269.275.279,318 
oomhall. Lisa A - 204. 205 
oussard. Charles R -318 
owder. Thomas J - 251.318 

r. Sandra M - 318 
Andrea D - 275.318 

. Angela C, - 194, 195, 
318 

own. Bryant E. — 318 
own. Calvin- 258.318 
own. Connie - 318 
own. Charles E - 282 
own, Craig A —298 
own, Dwayne — 104 
own. Douglas S - 250 
own. James A II - 260. 282 
own. James E - 318 
own. Jamie — 318 
own. Jay - 318 
own. Joe W - 73,244,318 
own. John M - 244. 250. 
258.276.277,283.318 
own. Joseph M. Jr. — 318 
own. Karen E. - 318 
own. Katy - 202,203.318 
own. Larry C - 267 
own. Larry W -318 
own. Leigh A. -318 
own. Louis N - 207.318 
own. Lydla E, - 318 
own, Mark -318 
own. Marvin - 318 
own. Mary F - 318 
own. Michael W - 279.282, 

own, Raymond B - 116. 123 

own. Rickey G - 282,318 

own. Robert - 318 

own. Russell M. - 104 

own. Sandra L. — 319 

own. SherylD. - 319 

own. Terr! J -319 

own. Vemlce - 260, 265 

own. Waller - 319 

owner. Charles A - 319 

ownlee, Michael A -240,319 
Bruce. Helen D - 261,319 
Bruce. John C - 319 
Bruce, Sandra E - 204. 205. 

319 
Bruce, Sheila M. - 319 
Bruce, Tina R -319 
Brumfleld. Carol A - 271 
Brumfleld, Harris C - 319 
Brumfleld. Nelwyn L — 194, 

195.319 



Brummett, Steven G - 251. 

264,319 
Bnzner. Mary L -319 
Bruswell, Chandler — 242 
Bruton. Greg A — 319 
Bryan. Ann E - 196. 197.271 
Bryan. AudraM - 198. 199 
Bryan, Chris W -210,211.319 
Bryan. Lynn H - 319 
Bryant Anthony I — 319 
Bryant. Elizabeth A - 73. 189. 

198. 199.277.319 
Bryant. Harry F III — 319 
Bryant. Laurtn E — 319 
Bryant. Laurralne G — 319 
Buccl. Margaret A — 196. 197. 

319 
Buchanan. David W - 319 
Buchanan. Jackqulln — 261 
Buchanan. Shelll L - 247, 319 
Buckhaller. Jeanette M. - 261, 

319 
Bucklew, Gerald D Jr — 319 
Buckley. Cheryl D — 245 
Buffler. Cornelius M. — 319 
Bufkin. JackN - 319 
Bufk.n. Rllchle S - 207,319 
Bufkin. Roscoe C III — 319 
Buhrow, Robert L — 319 
Bull, Elizabeth D - 252 
Bullock, Bradley N - 244. 270 
Bullock, Jamie H - 194. 195. 

279.319 
Bullock. Mary A - 202. 203. 

319 
Bullock. Rickey L - 131,319 
Bullock. Robert E Jr - 210, 

211.319 
Bullock. Todd D - 249.319 
Bunn. Ronald L - 298,319 
Burchak. Robert E - 214, 215 
Burcham, Dwlghl W -260.319 
Burcham, Timothy N — 240 
Burchfleld. Terry W - 319 
Burge. Barbara E — 319 
Burge. Chester E - 319 
Burge. Timothy R —240.319 
Burgess, Ernest W — 319 
Burgess. Nina G - 319 
Burkardl. Peter L - 319 
Burke, Craig D -319 
Burhardt. Ginger — 73 
Burks. Tony A - 104 
Burnett, Deedre 1—319 
Burnett, Patricia L — 319 
Burnett. Rulus — 319 
Burnham. Carl H —259.319 
Burnham, Ellen D - 319 
Burns. Abby D - 319 
Burns. Frederick C Jr, - 210, 

211.271,319 
Bums. Paul A -214,215 
Bums, S J — 320 
Bums, Tina M - 320 
Burnslde. Beverly L. — 320 
Bumslde.JoyR - 139 
Burrell. Jackey O - 214,215, 

279, 320 
Burrell. Jimmy D - 320 
Burrell. Thomas M - 235. 270 
Burrows, Melanle M — 252 
Burruss. Robert L Jr — 320 
Burt, Gary J - 319 
Burt. LonJ -320 
Burton. James G - 220.221. 

320 
Burton. Patricia J - 248, 320 
Burton. Shara L - 202. 203, 

320 
Bush. Betty L — 320 
Bush, Carlene - 245. 320 
Bush. Glenn K — 320 
Buss. Kenneth J — 320 
Buster. Teresa D - 265. 279. 

284. 320 
Butkin, Roscoe - 210,211 
Bullet. Elvis E - 104. 114 
Buller, Jodie E - 320 
Buller, Mary E — 320 
Butler. Rebecca D — 320 
Butler. Sandra D - 124 
Butler. Teresa A — 320 
Butler. Teresa A - 245. 320 
Buttross, Doris R - 33. 204, 

205,241,320 
Butts. James K - 320 
Butts, Michael A - 261 
Buzhardt, Elizabeth A - 194, 

195. 320 
Buzhardt, Mary V - 73. 189, 

247,320 
Bynum. James B — 258 
Byrd. Angela L - 198. 199 
Byrd. Ellsa R - 320 
Byrd, Lori - 198, 199. 271. 289. 

304 
Byrd, Metta S — 254 
Byrd, Robert W -214,215 
Byrne, Donald E Jr - 320 
Byrne. Helen K - 165. 189.277 



c 



Cade. William R - 250. 320 

Caesar. Craig — 134 

Calfey. Chris R - 18.83,279. 

320 
Calfey. Susan M - 204, 205, 

320 
Cagle, Gary A. — 320 
Cagle. Jenlpher M - 259, 320 
Cain, Glenn A Jr - 259, 320 
Cain. Jlmmle D - 230 
Cain, MaryE - 196. 197.320 
Cain. Robert D — 235 
Caldarelll. Kelly A - 320 



386 / Student Index 



Caldwell. Ben S — 320 
Callahan. Christopher L — 320 
Callahan. Ramon L Jr — 267. 

320 
Callahan, Ray — 231 
Callaway, Amy L — 194. 195. 

270. 320 
Callaway. Bob — 270 
Callaway. Bryan H. — 210.211. 

320 
Callen, Carolyn W — 202. 203. 

320 
Callender, John G — 320 
Calllcoti. AlanT —320 
Calllcutt. Alice N . — 204, 205. 

320 
Callicutt. Waybum W - 320 
Calomese. Patrick B — 320 
Calvett. Carolyn A — 320 
Calvert. Robert M — 320 
Cambrem. Robert — 320 
Cameron. Linda A — 320 
Cameron, Lisa M — 320 
Campbell, Angela L — 73 
Campbell. Cynthia L. — 272. 

273, 320 
Campbell, David R — 320 
Campbell. Janet R - 320 
Campbell. Robert W — 320 
Campbell. Shen W - 202. 203 
Campbell. Virginia M — 194. 

195. 320 
Campeale. Andrea — 321 
Canady, JanaM - 321 
Cannon, Frederick H — 321 
Cannon, Gregg L — 321 
Cannon. Lawrence D — 267, 

321 
Canncn. Leon — 104 
Cannon. Sherry E — 321 
Canova. Eugene J — 275. 321 
Canoy. Michael K - 270, 321 
Canton. Jason — 104 
Canttell, Alvin E — 250 
Cantiell. Felix A. II - 321 
Canull. Lana A. — 202. 203 
Capers. Seth M Jr — 321 
Caputo. Chnsnna D — 299 
Carey. Victoria C -275.281 
Canker, Justin B — 321 
Carleton. Charles D — 321 
Carleton, Kenneth H — 321 
Carlisle, Betty C — 321 
Carlisle. Gregory J — 321 
Carlisle, Julie K — 321 
Carlisle. Phyllis L - 247, 321 
Carlton, Scott A. - 287. 321 
Carlton, Terrance A — 194, 

195,321 
Carrmchael. Gerry L, — 321 
Carnaggio. Julie A — 289 
Carpenter Byrne — 188. 229. 

321 
Carpenter, Christopher — 321 
Carpenter, David A — 321 
Carpenter Edwin S - 231. 267. 

298 
Carpenter. Gregory W — 321 
Carpenter. Richard S — 321 
Carpenter. William J. — 273 
Cart.JamesM -210.211.321 
Can. John D -104.210.211. 

321 
Cart. Kenneth W — 321 
Cart. Rebecca M - 198, 199, 

321 
Can. Shem D - 189, 194, 195, 

321 
Can. Wanda L. — 321 
Carrillo. Carolyn I. - 321 
Carrtthers. Joseph E — 321 
Carroll. Jerrye J — 321 
Carroll. Jon R - 210.211 
Carroll. Thomas I Jr — 321 
Carroll. William S. - 279 
Carroll. William W - 272 
Carron. Richard B Jr — 207. 

321 
Carson. Tammle L — 269 
Cartee. Llanne A - 198. 199 
Carter. Alfred J. - 188. 259 
Carter. Alvin J — 321 
Carter. Anthony W —250.321 
Carter. Cynthia D - 248. 321 
Carter. Joey F — 79 
Carter. John M - 220. 221 
Carter, Knsta E - 264.321 
Carter. Mark A — 321 
Carter. Melvtn — 250 
Carter, Nathaniel — 321 
Carter, Robert S - 321 
Carter, Warren W 111 - 220. 

221.321 
Carter. William L - 73. 276 
Caruso. Conrad R Jr — 321 
Carvalho, AfonsoC L. — 262, 

321 
Carver. Amy — 141 
Carver, Jeffrey N - 321 
Carver, Tammy A — 321 
Case, Catherine B - 202. 203 
Case. James D - 321 
Casher, Daisy Y - 124. 127. 

321 
Cass. Ken - 234 
Castle, Christine M -124.125. 

321 
Casleton, David — 298 
Caswell. William A — 321 
Catchlngs. Sonya G. — 321 
Cates. Phillip A — 270 
Causey. Carol R — 321 
Causey. Robert K Jr - 131. 

210.211 
Cauthen. Eva R — 259 
Cavazos. Maria R - 73. 247. 

278.321 
Caveness, Gary — 116 
Caver, William E - 322 
Caves, Bronwyn A — 322 
Caves. Paul D - 248. 322 
Cawthon. Jacqueline D — 322 
Cazaubon. Christopher R. — 322 
Chadwick, Chrisann M — 258, 

322 
Chamblee. Patricia R. — 322 
Chamblee. Timothy N. — 286 
Chan. Hubert W - 322 
Chan. Susan M - 261,322 
Chan, Yong K, - 262. 322 
Chancellor. Eric M. — 150 
Chancellor. Katy M — 322 
Chancelor. Todd L. — 322 
Chandler. Anglea M. — 322 
Chandler. Deborah L. — 322 
Chandler. J L . - 186, 288, 322 
Chandler. Michael L — 322 
Chandler. Sandra J — 322 
Chandler. Susan D — 322 
Channel], Michael G — 322 
Chapman. Anthony K — 322 



Chapman. Elaine L. — 249 
Chapman. John M. — 214. 215. 

322 
Chase. Horace W _ 322 
Chase. RobertO - 322 
Chatham, William B - 322 
Chatterton. Penny M — 322 
Chawla. Raiesh — 322 
Cheatham, Jennifer S — 202, 

203. 322 
Cheek, Joseph M - 298 
Chen. HSn-Chih A - 322 
Chen, Tie Y —252 
Cheney. Lou A. - 202, 203 
Chennault, Joseph C. — 322 
Chem. Jih Shiang — 322 
Chem. Stone — 262 
Chesteen. William - 322 
Chester. Alan — 150 
Ctulds. Lisa A - 277.285 
Chills. Cynthia C. - 322 
Chinn. Sheryl D. — 322 
Chiu. SiinW. -252 
Chrestman. Charles K. — 244 
Christian. Darrell R — 286 
Christian. Gregory T. — 251. 

287, 322 
Christopher. Mark A. — 322 
Cinnon, Fred - 277 
Cisney, William M - 298 
Citti. Andres V — 272 
Claiborne, Jessie M — 322 
Clanton. Mary C - 73.271, 

276, 287, 323 
Clanton. Stephen E. — 323 
Clapp. Todd E - 298. 323 
Clapper, Ginger R — 323 
Clardy, Kim R. - 202. 203 
Clark, Anne C - 196. 197,241, 

323 
Clark, Barry K, — 323 
Clark. Beverly D. — 323 
Clark. Brenda K - 323 
Clark. Charles G Jr — 323 
Clark. Joseph L - 323 
Clark. Kim - 259. 323 
Clark. Louis S. - 104 
Clark. Michelle - 198. 199. 323 
Clark. Patricia N - 204. 205 
Clark. Phyllis L - 323 
Clark. Sara A - 323 
Clark. Susan A - 261,323 
Clark, William - 323 
Clark. William B - 100 
Clarke. Carol R — 323 
Clarke. Christie K . — 189, 202. 

203.272.273.276 
Clarterbuck. Richard E. — 258. 

265. 279. 323 
Clatworthy. Chris R — 323 
Clausell. Christopher J - 104 
Clay. Joe A. - 323 
Clay. Joyce L. — 323 
Clay. Paula A — 248. 323 
Claybrook. Dorothy E - 323 
Clayton. Drew W -323 
Clayton. Thomas E. Jr — 323 
Clemens. Kelly J - 323 
Clement, Maria N. - 204, 205, 

323 
Clement. Renee J - 204. 205 
Clements. Melissa A — 323 
Clements. Nikki - 259 
Clements. Timothy A — 244. 

323 
Clements. Walter A. Ill - 323 
Cleveland. Pamela C. — 323 
Climer. Lon L - 198. 199. 323 
Clincy. Victor A — 263. 323 
Cline. Franklin S. Jr - 230. 323 
Clingan. Margaret K — 261. 323 
Clinton. James P — 323 
Clowers. Kimberley A. — 323 
Clowers. Terri L. - 323 
Clutter, James K - 214.215. 

323 
Coakley. Robert C — 323 
Coalter. John W Jr. - 323 
Cobb. Cheme J — 244 
Cobb. Nicky — 323 
Cobb. Tracey E - 275. 323 
Cochran. David T Jr — 220. 

221.323 
Cockerham. Cynthia L. — 323 
Cockrell. Robert D - 323 
Coffey. Robert P -263.323 
Coggms. Terry L — 239 
Cohen, Janet G. — 261 
Coign. Robert W — 323 
Coker.BirgitJ — 323 
Coker. Hugh W Jr - 265. 323 
Coker. Kenneth J - 243. 298. 

323 
Coker Mary L. - 323 
Cole. Joseph - 239. 258. 269. 

323 
Cole. Joseph - 324 
Cole. Thomas H — 324 
Coleman, Brenda S C — 324 
Coleman. Catherine — 261. 324 
Coleman. Cathy L — 324 
Coleman. Daniel J. Ill - 324 
Coleman, Debra A — 324 
Coleman, Emry J — 324 
Coleman, Lorl S. - 196. 197. 

273 
Coleman. Louis F — 324 
Coleman. Michael T. — 324 
Coleman. Tilda V — 324 
Collette. Herbert P - 324 
Collier Karen P - 283. 324 
Collier, Reena — 324 
Collins, Angela M. — 249 
Collins. Daniel J - 324 
Collins. David L - 242. 298 
Collins. Deborah R - 241 , 324 
Collins. Glenn A . — 250 
Collins. James L. - 324 
Collins. Jlllian K. - 324 
Collins. Kathleen A - 202. 203. 

324 
Collins, Lesley C — 324 
Collins. Martin T. - 324 
Collins. Mary P - 259. 324 
Collins, Stacy J -202.203.324 
Collins. Steve — 324 
Colson. Alan N. - 324 
Coltharp. Edward M - 324 
Colton. Charles A — 220. 221 
Colvin, David V — 324 
Comans, Charlotte A — 324 
Combs, Leon — 280 
Comer Marty D — 324 
Comer. Richard H — 298 
Cornish. Keith A — 287 
Compton. Lisa R — 324 
Conant, Jan B II — 324 
Concannon.ThantusD —258 
Conn. Daniel K - 324 
Conn. Jacqueline C — 3. 186, 



194. 195. 292. 324 

Connally. Christopher J — 324 

Conner. Chris — 251 

Conner. James R. - 188.214. 

215,244 
Conner. Leslie L — 202, 203, 

271.324 
Conner. Lisa E - 202. 203. 246. 

324 
Conner. William G -324 
Conroy, Jonathan C — 247 
Conway. Nancy R - 198. 199, 

324 
Conwlll. Greg E — 324 
Cook. Arthur L - 286 
Cook. CellaG - 198, 199.276. 

324 
Cook. Edward V - 229. 244 
Cook. Jeffery C - 229. 324 
Cook, Kimberly R — 324 
Cook. Michael O. —298 
Cook. Mike A. - 286 
Cook. Paul - 270. 324 
Cook. Richard T - 258 
Cook, Susan - 247. 248. 258. 

324 
Cool. Donald F — 240, 324 
Cooley. Martin V. — 324 
Coombs, Christopher T. — 324 
Cooper, Christopher A. — 324 
Cooper. Jana N - 279. 324 
Cooper. John C — 324 
Cooper Steven - 244. 250. 259. 

276. 324 
Cooper. Will — 271,324 
Corban, John W — 260 
Corey. Nannette C - 240. 324 
Corley. Anita C. — 324 
Corley. Charlotte G — 324 
Comellson. Shannon A — 261. 

325 
Con. Robin W - 262.325 
Coriero. Kimberly A. — 194. 

195, 325 
Corse. Cedrlc A - 104. 107 
Cosby, Arthur G — 104, 112 
Cosby, Richard S - 220. 221. 

325 
Cosmlch, Pamela L — 325 
Cothron. Darren S - 260. 325 
Cohen. John M - 287, 325 
Cottlngham. Allsa K - 248. 325 
Cottlngham. Sallle A - 248. 325 
Cotton. Carolyn D - 325 
Cotton. Dennis J — 285 
Counce. Jonathan H — 324 
Courtney. Timothy A — 325 
Cousineau. Eugenia — 271 
Covington, Angela R — 249 
Covington, Carroll J Jr. — 250 
Covington. Cliff A - 243. 325 
Covington, Cynthia L — 325 
Covington, Dtanna — 325 
Covington. Elizabeth — 202, 203. 

325 
Covington, Jack - 267. 325 
Covington. Julia A — 325 
Covington. Paula M - 202. 203 
Cowan. Leann - 196. 197. 325 
Coward. Arthur D — 325 
Cowan. Cynthia A — 260. 325 
Cowden. William J. - 267. 325 
Cox. Carla K - 196. 197 
Cox. Chante L. — 325 
Cox. Cynthia R - 277, 325 
Cox, David E - 325 
Cox, George C - 207, 285. 325 
Cox. James A - 325 
Cox. Jeff D - 325 
Cox. Julia M - 242 
Cox. Kellle B - 325 
Cox. Lisa A - 325 
Cox LoraA - 79. 198. 199. 

325 
Cox, Marcela L. — 325 
Cox. Neal W - 325 
Coxlngton. Beth — 265 
Cozart, David T, — 325 
Crabb. Wade P - 325 
Craddieth. Barbara A - 245 
Craft. James E. — 250 
Cratt, Kathy - 325 
Craft. John D — 325 
Cratt. Kevin E - 210,211 
Craft, Peggy R -196.197.325 
Craft. William D - 325 
Crager. Carla J -263.325 
Craig. Kenneth B - 325 
Cram, Jennifer A — 325 
Crane, Jacquelyn F - 198. 199. 

325 
Crane, Tammy G — 325 
Craney, Hugh R Jr - 220. 221, 

325 
Crausby. Karla B - 132,325 
Crawford. Cynthia C. — 79. 194, 

195, 325 
Crawford. John - 250. 325 
Crawford, Laura A. — 325 
Crawford, Sandra P - 279. 325 
Creech, Glynn E - 285,325 
Creekmore, Karen D — 196, 

197. 259. 325 
Creekmore. Samuel J — 298 
Creel, James T II -207,325 
Creel. Melvin B - 240. 258, 

275,325 
Cremer, Kenna D - 250, 325 
Crenshaw. Joe I — 325 
Crepps. Ernest L. — 325 
Crews. Melissa D - 326 
Cnss. Robert R - 279 
Cnstil. Rebecca A -247.271. 

287, 326 
Ctockett, Janice S -198.199, 

285. 326 
Crosby. Jonathan E. — 326 
Crosby. Stephanie A — 326 
Crosby. Stuart A — 188 
Crosby, Teresa L. — 326 
Cross. Timothy S — 104 
Crosswhite. Caren E - 249. 326 
Crowder. Wayne L - 242 
Crowe. Denise S - 326 
Crowe. Lon A — 326 
Crowe. Lucious B II - 207 
Crowley, Jeffrey S — 326 
Crowley. Valerie C — 326 
Crubaugh, Deanna L — 326 
Crubaugh, Joseph — 326 
Crudup, Thomas L — 326 
Crump. Betty L — 326 
Crump, William E - 326 
Cryer, Michael B - 250 
Cullins. Edward G - 326 
Cullison. Sara V. - 326 
Culpepper, Michael M - 326 
Culpepper, Tanza C — 272, 326 
Culpepper, Tracye F — 202, 
203, 326 



Cumberbatch. James I. — 104 
Cumberland, Denise M — 326 
Cumberland. John K — 326 
Cunningham, Beverly M. — 326 
Cunningham, Stephanie N — 

273, 326 
Cunningham, Vivian — 326 
Curbow, Karen T. — 326 
Curl. Jack WJr -326 
Currle, William K - 210,211, 

264. 265. 326 
Curry. Dirk L - 104 
Curry. Jay - 244. 276 
Curtis. Adnan B — 304 
Curtis. George D — 326 
Curtis. James T — 244 
Cushman. Angela C — 326 
Cuthbertson. Stephanie — 281. 

326 



D 



Dabbs, Datwln A - 250, 326 
Dabbs, Marian M - 261.326 
Dabney. Emily C - 196. 197. 

279. 326 
Dabney. Janet L. — 326 
Dahlem. Ronald E — 282 
Dalgle, Kevin J - 220.221. 

271.327 
Dale. Charlie L Jr - 220.221 
Dale. Deborah L - 279. 327 
Dale. Jennifer J - 194. 195, 

273.327 
Dale Richard E — 234. 244. 

327 
Dallas. Sue E - 196. 197.327 
Dalton. Reglna K - 327 
Dalton, Timothy F — 327 
Daly. John S A — 327 
Damalas. Alexander H Jr — 

220.221.262.273.327 
Dandino. Robert H — 134 
Dandridge. Pamela L - 245. 

293. 327, 395 
Daniel, Lorenzo G - 134 
Daniel, Marcus E - 241.327 
Daniel. Steven P - 263 
Daniels. Timothy R - 327 
Danner, Stephanie - 327 
Darnell. Timothy R — 247. 327 
Daughenry. Cloyd W — 327 
Daughety, Paula D — 327 
Davenport, Candace M — 327 
Davenport. Ivy U — 250 
Davidson, Charles T —327 
Davidson, Laura L — 202, 203 
Davlla. David A - 327 
Davis. Alvin B - 327 
Davis. Andrew F — 254 
Davis. Charles G - 250.327 
Davis, Danny W - 327 
Davis. David B — 278 
Davis. David H. - 298 
Davis, DebraR - 198. 199, 

299. 327 
Davis, Don C - 235.327 
Davis. Donna 78. 258. 327 
Davis, Donna C, — 260 
Davis, Donna S — 327 
Davis, Douglas A - 272 
Davis. Heather E - 198. 199. 

271,327 
Davis. Jack N — 279 
Davis, James L - 327 
Davis. Janeen A - 327 
Davis, Jo A - 327 
Davis. John D IV - 247,327 
Davis, John P - 251.327 
Davis, Joseph K - 327 
Davis, Karen J - 241. 327 
Davis. Keith X — 287 



Dav, 



>M 



18 



Davis. Leah J —327 
Davis. Lee A - 277 
Davis. Lisa A - 267. 285 
Davis. Lorl L - 243. 327 
Davis. Margaret L — 327 
Davis. Max H - 327 
Davis. Patrick A - 230. 327 
Davis, Rhonda E — 327 
Davis. William T - 327 
Dawson. Jonathan E - 247, 327 
Dawson, KrlstlreW - 139 
Dawson. Ray H H Jr - 251 
Day. Todd A -327 
Dean, Joseph L - 250. 327 
Dean. Leslie R — 327 
Dean.ReginaJ - 327 
Dear, Beth Jr - 327 
Dear, Dave D - 327 
Dear, Emily E - 194. 195.271 
Dealherloid. Todd — 240 
Deaton. Melissa K - 90 
Deaton. Phillip S - 298. 327 
Dealon. Robert D - 134 
Debnath, Sukumar C - 327 
Decell. Dorothy S — 198. 199. 

246. 304. 327 
DeChrlstopher, Joseph — 131 
DeCosta. Julie - 141 
Dees. Mary L - 194. 195,327 
Dees. Penny L - 249. 327 
Dees.ThomasJ —207,327 
DeGroote. John S — 220, 221, 

247,259.265,327 
DeGruchy. Donna J - 327 
DeGruchy. James M - 298 
Dellman. Patrick N - 240 
Dehor. Amlta — 198. 199 
Dempsey, Lesa C — 328 
Dendy, John E — 328 
Dendy. Patrick S — 207 
Dendy. Robert K —220.221, 

328 
Dengel, Wendy A. — 328 
Dennis. Ronnie - 134 
Denomle. Janice M — 198, 199 
Denson, Craig E — 328 
Denson. Kimberly B - 328 
Denson. Steven A — 230 
Denson. Vlckl L - 189 
Denl. David L - 230. 328 
Dent, David R — 328 
Denton, Gerald D II - 188. 230. 

276. 328 
Derby. Samuel A Jr — 328 
Desrochers. Sandra L - 328 
Dettor. Anita J - 328 
Devlne, Mary M - 328 



Devlne. Sharon A - 271.328 
Devlne. Timothy A — 251. 258. 

Deys, Carla - 287 
Dial. Stacy W - 289 
Diamond. Charla P - 196, 197 
Dickenson. Michael K — 328 
Dickerson. Mike L Jr — 328 
Dickerson, Tommy R - 258, 

328 
Dickerson, Zena R - 328 
Dickson. Davis W - 328 
Dickson. Jamy E — 328 
Dickson, John G - 258. 328 
Dletz. Dlanne M — 328 
Dletz. Joseph L — 328 
DIGiacomo, Joseph J Jr — 328 
Dill. Kim L - 328 
Dill. Pamela A - 258. 328 
Dtllard, JocephusR - 328 
DUIenbeck. Lorelei A — 250. 

328 
Dillingham. Bethany D - 273. 

Dillingham, Lisa L - 202, 203, 

328 
Dillon. ErvlnL — 116 
Dillon. Wesley J - 188, 328 
Dtlwortfi. Lyle K - 328 
Dtlworth, Sherry R — 328 
DlMlchele, Andrew C - 230, 

328 
Dlmond, Eileen P — 328 
Dlstefano. Joseph S Jr — 328 
Dixon. Chris D — 328 
Dixon, Elijah B III — 328 
Dixon, Glenda LA- 328 
Dixon, James E — 328 
Dixon. John B — 278 
Dixon, Karla D — 328 
Dobbs, Deborah — 261. 328 
Dobbs. Rita L — 328 
Dobbyn. Russell B - 258, 328 
Dodd, David J -328 
Dodd. James S -328 
Dodson, Cynthia E — 328 
Dodson. Leslie — 276 
Doemer. Steven E - 250, 328 
Dogan. Robert E — 328 
Doler Amelia D — 328 
Dolilts. Rita — 277 
Domino. Francis A — 328 
Donald. Carole A - 278. 328 
Donald. Cynthia G — 328 
Donald, David M — 328 
Donald. Dudley — 328 
Donald, Jack J Jr - 286 
Donald, Jack J. Sr — 286 
Donald, Michael A - 258. 329 
Dong. Byron R — 188. 207, 259, 

279. 329 
Dortty. Vickie L - 329 
Dorlzas, Irene A — 329 
Doss, DelortsA - 260, 329 
Dotson. Lesley L - 202. 203, 

329 
Doty. Danny L — 258. 329 
Doughty. Donna M — 329 
Doughty. Susan R — 329 
Douglas. Michael E - 329 
Douglas. Myron — 244 
Dove, Gregory A — 329 
Dowdle. Leah M — 198. 199. 

329 
Downing, Leigh - 189. 204. 205. 

329 
Downing. Lydla L — 250 
Downing. Pamela A — 329 
Downs. Donald G - 329 
Downs. Melissa D — 329 
Dowsing. Cecelia A - 329 
Doyle, Michael W - 293, 329 
Doyle.TaraJ - 261,329 
Dorter, Munay M D - 280. 329 
Drake, Eduardo E - 279, 329 
Dreher, Melodle J - 258. 329 
Drtchett. Nan - 299 
Drtskell.DarylG — 285 
Drtver, Duane E - 263, 275 
Druger. Llesel - 196, 197 
Dubard. Gregory K — 329 
DuBols. Marcus S -250.329 
Dubra. Sean C - 329 
Dubulsson, Barry J — 329 
Duck. Naomi A - 202, 203. 329 
Ducken. Nancy A - 247. 250. 

329 
Duckworth. Susan L - 277, 329 
Duckworth, Ted — 329 
Duda, Samuel D — 234 
Dudley. Joanna L — 260. 329 
Dudley. William J - 104 
Duff. Andrew L — 254. 329 
Duggans, Angela A — 329 
Duke. Lisa M - 171 
Duke, Tracy L - 329 
Dukemlnler. Laura L — 267 
Dukemlnler Walker III - 329 
Dulln. Eleanor A - 198, 199. 

329 
Dumas. Carrie T - 74, 78, 329 
Dumas. Jamees R — 329 
Dumas. Joy 1 - 85, 189, 194, 

195.276,277.329 
Duncan, Paul T — 329 
Duncan, Thomas R — 329 
Dungan. Herman L - 329 
Dungan. Mark W - 234 
Dunlap. Lolo P — 299 
Dunn, Thomas G - 247, 329 
Dunnam. Angela L — 258, 260, 

275 
Dunnam. Randy L - 274. 329 
Dunston. Joseph E — 329 
Dunu. Emeka S — 262 
Dusang. Louis V Jr — 329 
Dutro. Lcland N - 260 
Dye Lisa A - 249. 329 
Dyer, Lon A — 329 
Dyer, Shara M - 329 
Dyer. Susan A — 329 
Dyess. Andrew M — 274 
Dykes, Darryl L - 263, 329 
Dykes, Elizabeth A — 329 
Dykes. Tamara L - 279, 329 



Earnest, Karla L - 244 
Earnest, Melondy J — 329 
Earnest, Teirl L - 329 
Easley. Sheryl D - 245. 330 
Easom, Katherlne E - 196. 197, 

330 
Eason, Anne — 288 
East, Allen T. - 330 
East, Stephen H. - 250 
East, Warren W - 210.211. 

330 
Easterllng, Darryl G — 330 
Easterllng, Edward E Jr — 208. 

209 
Eavenson. Linda S — 330 
Eaves, Chrtstopfier E — 330 
Eaves. Juanlta P - 273. 330 
Echols. Raymond T. — 258 
Eckert, Richard A Jr — 330 
Edmonds. Tammy J — 330 
Edwards. Beverly A. — 330 
Edwards. Diana R - 330 
Edwards, Jeflrey M - 283. 287 
Edwards. Karen E - 198. 199 
EHendl, Lutfl — 330 
Egger. Sherry L — 330 
Egley.GrantJ —330 
Egoll. Pamela A - 258. 330 
Eherenman, David R — 330 
Elland. Brent H - 250 
Elland, Lynn - 330 
Elam, Henry E. — 330 
El Attar, Sumaya — 330 
Elam, Len E - 258, 263 
Eldrldge, Mary P - 202, 203. 

330 
Ellington. Gwyn S - 330 
Elliott. Billie F - 245 
Elliott. Catol A - 247. 304. 330 
Elliott, Kimberly K - 204. 205. 

330 
Ellis. JaredS - 210.211,260. 

330 
Ellis. Sherry R - 249, 330 
Ellis. Tammy E - 330 
Elmore. Jamie L - 330 
Elmore. Melanle G —330 
Elsesser, Jacqueline A — 330 
Elsesser. William J II - 330 
Emerson, Susan K. - 198. 199. 

247. 299. 330 
Emery, Kevin L - 214.215. 

330 
Emmerke, Charles M - 208. 

209. 330 
Engelhardl. Kevin A — 104 
England. Pamela E — 331 
English, Louann — 282 
English, William C - 331 
Ems. Jane E - 141 
Entrekin. Romney H. — 331 
Epes. Daniel P — 331 
Epps, Samuel — 104,331 

Enckson, Thomas K -220,221. 

331 
Ervin. Phillip P - 331 
Erwin, Jamie L - 331 
Escalanle. Gulllermo R. - 331 
Escalante. Javier J - 331 

Eskrldge. Elizabeth L -194. 
195.331 

Estay. Joe J — 104 

Esles. John K — 331 

Estes. Uester A. — 270 

Esles. Lisa D — 74 

Esther. Cathertne D — 204. 205. 
331 

Ethrtdge. Shirley M — 331 

Ethndge. William W Jr — 251 . 
331 

Eubank. Lisa D - 194, 195 

Evanish, Michael D. — 331 

Evans. Charles C - 208. 209. 
331 

Evans, David A. — 331 

Evans. John M - 331 

Evans, John S — 274 

Evans. Shelley A. — 331 

Everett, Joel B - 331 

Evetett, Kathryn S — 261 

Everttl, James H III — 331 

Evers, Robert P - 214,215. 
331 

Ezell. David D - 267,331 

Ezelle, Kendall G —331 

Ezelle. Sharon J - 331 

Ezzell, Charles D —331 



F 



E 



Eaker, Willie C — 262 
Earlywlne, Monte L. — 258 



Fall. Phyllis D - 194, 195,331 
Falrchlld. Roy A - 331 
Farley. Connie R - 258,331 
Farley, Robert E - 331 
Farlow, Jan M - 331 
Farrar, Charles B -331 
Famsr, James R Jr — 331 
Fanar.SaraE - 132, 194, 195. 

261.331 
Farrts, Lowry R. — 331 
Fams. Thomas G - 331 
Farrts. Yancey - 210.211 
Famsh. Julie A — 331 
Fams Smith. Linda L. — 331 
Faulkner. Kenneth L — 331 
Faulkner. Michael D - 331 
Faulkner, MichaelS - 331 
Fava.MaryJ - 331 
Favors, Barry W. — 331 
Favre. Chrtsty T. — 259 
Favre. Dana L — 131. 132, 196, 

197,331 
Fendley, George L — 331 
Ferguson, Bruce D — 331 
Ferguson, George M — 220, 221 
Ferguson, James B. — 230 
Ferguson, Jeffrey S — 78. 244. 

276.331 
Ferguson, Newton C Jr. — 331 
Ferguson, Ricky D — 248 
Ferguson, Tlsha J — 279. 331 
Fernando. Indrasiri J L - 331 
Ferrell, Cynthia N - 331 
Fenell, Ricky D — 331 
Fields. Melba R — 331 
Fields, Paul N Jr - 331 
Fields, Winfred — 331 
Files, Scott D — 332 
Fillebaum. Cathertne I — 250. 

332 



Student Index / 387 



Flsackerly. Haley R — 332 
Fischer. Tlmolhy G — 332 
Fisher. Brenda J -332 
Fisher. James A - 258. 332 
Fitzgerald. John E — 104 
Fitzgerald. William J - 104 
Flanagan, Margaret S — 202, 

203. 332 
Fleming. Klmberly H — 202. 

203. 332 
Flesher. Sandra L - 332 
Flelcher, Joan K - 204, 205. 

259, 332 
Flelcher, Wlllard U 111 - 332 
Flint, Sadie R - 3. 198, 199, 

232. 292 
Fllppo. Larry P — 332 
Fllppo. Mary J — 332 
Flowers. Jeny A - 332 
Flowers. John L Jr - 188 
Rowers. John W - 250. 332 
Rowers. Larry L - 258. 332 
Flowers. Steven P - 298 
Rowers. Tert J — 332 
Royd.KurtC - 31.298 
Royd. Terry L - 229. 332 
Flynn. Lance A - 332 
Folsom. Sharon E - 196. 197 
Fondren. Mack W - 332 
Fong. Jacqueline D — 249. 262. 

275. 332 
Fooshee. Sharon K - 332 
Foran. Allison R - 332 
Forbes, Mallory H - 208. 209 
Forbes. Richard - 241 
Ford. Dana L - 202. 203. 332 
Ford. David K -332 
Ford. F N - 332 
Ford. Jetlrey S - 332 
Ford. Norman G -276.332 
Ford. Russell H - 298.332 
Ford. Shem L - 332 
Foreman. Douglas L - 332 
Foreman. Sheila B - 332 
Foret. Rebecca A — 332 
Forehch. Charles J II - 230, 332 
Forellch, Richard R — 230. 298. 

332 
Forkln, Margaret S - 247. 332 
Formby. Lourle N 111 - 332 
Forrester. Jennifer G. -332 
Fortenberrv. David R — 188. 

332 
Fortenberrv. Leigh A — 332 
Forlcnberry. Mary K — 332 
Fortman. Marilyn R - 132 
Fortman. Monica E — 332 
Former. Connie L - 259 
Foshee, Leslie A - 332 
Foster. Becky A - 194. 195 
Foster. Dorothy M —271.332 
Foster. Hope V - 332 
Foster, Jennifer L - 263.275. 

332 
Foster. Kathy — 86. 88 
Foster. Keely R - 248 
Foster. Sandra M — 198. 199, 

332 
Foster. Stanley L — 244 
Foster. Vickl L — 194. 195 
Foumel.DickQ - 214.215 
Fowler. David Z - 298 
Fowler, Paul G — 244 
Fowlkes. Lisa K - 202, 203, 

277.332 
Fox, Franclne K - 194, 195, 

332 
Fox. Jerry W Jr - 280. 332 
Frame, Klmberly D. -332 
Francis. Owen P - 239. 275 

332 
Frank, Garry V - 104 
Franke. John E - 333 
Franklin. Howard D - 258 
Franklin, Kevin M - 258.262 
Franklin, Michael C -333 
Franklin, Paula L - 196, 197, 

333 
Fraser. Raymond B - 333 
Fratesl. Kenneth T - 234 
Frailer, Allison A - 204.205. 

333 
Frailer, Derrick B — 104 
Frailer, Patricia L — 204. 205. 

271.333 
Frazler. William G - 333 
Freeman. Cynthia J - 333 
Freeman, Lisa A - 196, 197 
Freeman, Lynn A - 198. 199, 

278. 333 
French. Cynthia L - 333 
French. William H III - 104 
Frey. Frances E -202.203. 

333 
Frtcke. Susan L - 333 
Frlloux. Brian K — 279 
Frlson, Debra L. — 333 
Fritch. Thomas E —333 
Frye.LomanG. -333 
Frver. John N - 263 
Fuelling. Sarah J - 246 
Fuhrman. Edward W - 235, 

280 
Fulcher. Michelle A — 274. 333 
Fulcher. Susan S - 333 
Fulgham. Kenneth R - 220. 

221,333 
Fullllovc. Paula A - 333 
Fulton, Alice M - 198. 199, 

271.333 
Fulton, Mellnda A - 333 
Fulton, Michael K — 333 
Fulton. Sylvia J - 247. 333 
Furbeck. Scon M — 279 
Furches, Chandra E - 333 
Futch. Karen L - 143 



G 



- 333 
243. 



Galllard. Charles R Jr 
Galbreath. Donald M 

333 
Galbreath. Twyla L - 243. 333 
Gallnsky. Franklin G Jr — 333 
Gamble. Eddie — 298. 333 
Gammlll. Robert M — 333 
Gammon, Bruce W - 285 
Gammon. William R III - 241. 

333 
Ganl. AlanS - 214.215,333 



Gam. Lisa K - 333 

Garcia. Roy J Jr - 214.215. 

250 
Gardler. Chris — 251 
Gardner, Danny E — 258. 333 
Gardner. Douglas J — 254 
Gardner, Ginger — 333 
Gardner. Lynn A — 198. 199. 

333 
Gamer. Mellnda L - 196. 197 
Garrard. Edith G - 333 
Garret!. Cameron N - 333 
Garrett, Stephanie G — 196. 

197.279.333 
Gams. Sam B - 267. 333 
Garrison, Angela J — 333 
Garrison. Lydla C — 333 
Garrison. Sondra L —261,333 
Gartrell. Todd M - 333 
Gates. Amy L — 299 
Gales. Frederick L - 333 
Gales. Princess R - 202. 203. 

333 
Gatewood. Mildred L — 333 
Gathlngs, James M -210.211. 

333 
Gathrtght. Robert F. — 333 
Gaude. Blase P - 74 
Gaude.KurtM -214,215.250. 

333 
Gay. Michael S - 333 
Gee. Jay E — 333 
Gelet.DavldJ -263.275.279. 

333 
Gement. Peggy - 189. 194. 195. 

333 
Gememy. Sandra — 202. 203 
Gentry. William L - 333 
George. David A - 230. 333 
Gerdes. Marianne — 138. 139 
Gere. Sherry — 239 
Germany, Donald S - 334 
Germany, Ralph B — 279 
Germany Shanda L — 334 
Gertsts. Dlmltrlos — 334 
Gerties. Wanda S - 334 
Getangs. Phillip G — 334 
Ghavlml, Bahman — 334 
Glaehelll. Pamela A - 334 
Glbbs, Janice L - 334 
Qbbs, Melissa M - 334 
Glbbs. Richard E III - 334 
Qbson. Dan M - 247, 334 
Gibson, Ginger F — 334 
Qbson, James A Jr —334 
Qbson, John W — 334 
Qbson, Judith C - 202. 203. 

334 
Qbson. Kenneth W — 70. 282. 

293. 395 
Qbson, Terry M — 230, 334 
Qeger. Chip — 286. 334 
Qlbreath, Gerald D - 140, 334 
Gllbreath, Scott — 140 
Older, Timothy D — 334 
Giles. Dave F - 220.221.259. 

264. 265, 334 
GUI. William D -334 
Gillespie. Nancy L — 285 
Gilliam. Katherlne J — 334 
Qlllan, Jennller L - 334 
Qlllland, Carol L - 204. 205. 

334 
Qlllland, Dwlghl L — 258 
Qlllland. JerTy G. - 274 
Qllls. James M - 230 
Glllls. Johanna K — 285 
Qllls. Lisa R - 78.241,334 
Gllmore. VMan D - 283. 334 
Glvan. Daniel A — 334 
Glvan, Thurman B III - 265. 

270, 334 
Glvhan, Juandalynn R . — 334 
Gladney. Michael B — 250, 334 
Glass, Patrick A - 254 
Gleason, Gary W — 334 
Glover, Tracy A, — 334 
Godwin, Phillips O —234 
Goff. Kenneth P - 334 
Goff. Stacey W - 230. 264. 335 
GoH. Travis L, — 335 
Goh. Glm C - 335 
Golns. Kevin C - 335 
Golden. Gladys R - 245 
Golden. William D - 335 
Goldman, Tommy M — 136 
Goldsmith, Jeflrey E -210.211 
Good, Donna MM -258,287. 

335 
Goodln. Cynthia L — 335 
Goodln. Gary W — 335 
Goodman. Kenneth A — 335 
Goodwin, Angella D — 196. 197. 

335 
Goodwin. Barry K —335 
Goodwin, Cynthia 335 
Goodwin. Jeffrey H — 251 
Goolsby. Jerry M — 335 
Goolsby. Michael L - 236 
Gordon. Debbie A — 335 
Gordon. Debrah K - 335 
Gordon. Mary W - 196. 197 
Gordon. Michael K Jr — 264. 

335 
Gordy. Tamara G - 194. 195. 

271 
Gore. Maty F. — 335 
Gore. Philip M - 335 
Gore. Sherry L — 74. 335 
Gory, John T - 335 
Gosa, Sandra J — 335 
Gott, Travis- 210.211 
Graben. Joseph M - 247. 335 
Grady. Ned - 335 
Grafton. Ellen A - 335 
Grafton, Kimble L - 240. 335 
Graham. Don M Jr - 262. 335 
Graham, Ginger R — 279 
Graham. John K — 335 
Graham, Juanlta - 260. 335 
Graham. Martha A — 248 
Graham Paul L - 335 
Graham. Randall W — 335 
Granger. Sandra L - 196, 197, 

335 
Grant. AndrcwS — 234 
Gran. James B - 298 
Graves. Jeffrey V - 244 
Graves. Lauren S - 202. 203 
Graves. Lome J - 335 
Graves. Vicki A - 248. 335 
Graves. William T Jr — 258. 

335 
Gray. Denetrlce D. — 249 
Gray. Emily L F - 335 
Gray. Garvin D — 335 
Gray. Jan B — 281 
Gray, John R - 282 
Gray, Kimball L - 335 
Gray, Tanya J, — 335 



Gray, Theodore D — 260 
Grayer. Meshell R - 335 
Grays. Machela V - 261. 293 
Grays. Venlta Y - 189. 335 
Greco. John G — 285 
Green. Carmen E - 204. 205, 

335 
Green, Ermon L Jr — 104 
Green. Gary R — 298 
Green, Ramona F, — 249 
Green, Susan A — 335 
Green, Tom III — 335 
Greene. Bubba - 3. 14.292. 

395 
Greene, Charles W - 335 
Greene, Henry T Jr — 335 
Greene, Melody S - 335 
Greene, Pamela J - 2.292. 

306. 395 
Greene. Ray A — 236 
Greene. Ronnie — 104, 335 
Greer. Aretha R — 335 
Greer, Deborah G — 335 
Greer, Sandra L — 335 
Gregg, Marcus W - 279. 335 
Gregory, Emily S — 336 
Gregory, Jeffrey K — 258. 259, 

279 
Gregory, Kim — 86, 89 
Gregory. Nelda C - 335 
Gregory. Parti S — 261 
Greiczek, Cindy M — 231, 336 
Grice.LlsaA- - 271,336 
GrlHln, AM- 259. 336 
Griffin. Carla D - 336 
Griffin, Carla R - 249, 336 
Griffin, Daryl D — 336 
Griffin, David R - 245, 279 
Griffin, Elton S - 336 
Griffin. Lee A - 189.271,277 
Griffin. Patsy Y - 336 
Gnffin, Rachel L - 3. 152.292 
Griffin. Robert L. - 336 
Gnffin, Sheryl A - 74, 258. 336 
Griffin, Tina - 271 
Gnffis. Beverly B - 252 
Grlffis, Pamela J - 336 
Gnffllh. Hugh M Jr — 336 
Gnggers. Leigh A — 249. 304. 

336 
Griggs, Stephen R —131.220. 

221 
Grimes. Johnny M - 336 
Grimes, Robert W II - 275. 336 
Gripenstraw. Greta J — 272, 

273. 336 
Groves. Judy - 277. 279 
Grubb. Ronald S Jr - 298 
Guarino, Michael J - 336 
Guess. Cynthia L - 194.195, 

271,304.336 
Guess, Tena G — 336 
Guevara. Carlos R — 298 
GuUarte. Elena — 336 
Guilarte, Romulo J — 336 
Guion. William N — 336 
Gullahom. John D — 336 
Gully, Sonla G — 336 
Gunn, Jacqueline E — 336 
Gunn. Ruth D - 336 
Gunn, Sheryl D — 336 
Gunning. Sharon F — 247, 336 
Gunter.QendaW - 286 
Gusler. Lee T - 336 
Gusslo, Johnny F 111 — 104 
Guthrie. Margaret T — 198. 

199. 336 
Guttuso, Michael G — 104 
Guy, Sharon E - 231,263 
Guyton. Everett H Jr — 336 
Guyton. Mark E - 240 
Guyton. Peggy C — 282 
Gwaltnev. Ralph L — 258. 336 



H 



Haas, Andrew L -281 
Habel. Bruce W - 258. 262. 

298 
Hackmeyer, Tara B — 336 
Hadley.FredO - 104. 134 
Hadley, Robert V - 336 
Hagerman. Barbara J — 336 
Hagerman. Deborah K. — 336 
Hagerman, Susan L - 79, 235, 

241.336 
Haigler, Robert L — 336 
Halle. John C - 270 
Hailey, Malcolm W - 336 
Halrston, Elizabeth C — 336 
Hairston. John M - 230. 239, 

263 
Hairston, Lath L — 262 
Hailrahlm. Mohscn — 149 
Halbert, Lewis M -220.221. 

336 
Halbert, Phillip I - 243.336 
Hale. Klmberly P - 336 
Hale. Lisa R - 336 
Hales, Phyllis C - 336 
Haley. Chrlsb L - 198, 199, 

336 
Hallord, Robert L Jr - 298. 

336 
Hall. Amelia L - 196. 197,247. 

336 
Hall. Barry D - 336 
Hall. Bradlord D - 214.215 
Hall, Daphne A - 245, 336 
Hall. David K - 116.336 
Hall. DodyL - 198, 199,247 
Hall. MattW -336 
Hall. Robert A Jr - 336 
Hall, Todd M — 337 
Hall, Tracy H - 198. 199.337 
Hall, William D - 337 
Hallsobrook. Scott — 250 
Halterman. Deborah - 258 
Ham. Angela G - 198. 199. 337 
Ham, Ralph E - 188.286 
Hamdar. Bassam S - 337 
Hamilton. James C III - 337 
Hamilton, Stephen S - 208. 

209. 337 
Hamlin. Allyson L — 337 
Hamlin, Donna E - 254 
Hammack, Sherry L — 196. 

197.337 
Hammond. Mary L — 18. 83. 

272,337 



Hammond. Sylvia A — 337 
Hamner. Samuel E - 337 
Hampton, Jacqueline — 74. 250. 

271.337 
Hampton. Rosalind J — 299, 

337 
Hanalourde. Kathryn L. — 337 
Hancock. Bryan D - 140 
Hand. Eve M - 232. 293, 337 
Hand. Richard A - 236. 242 
Haney, Linda B - 198. 199. 

337 
Hanley. Nancy C - 196. 197. 

241.337 
Haney. William R - 260 
Hann, Lynn M - 198. 199. 337 
Hanna. Rebecca S - 337 
Hannon. Angela M -241,337 
Hansen, Nicholas J - 241 
Hansen, Sarah J - 337 
Haque. Irfan-UI - 262 
Harbin. Frank E - 104 
Hardin. Cynthia B - 198. 199. 

271.337 
Hardin. James M —337 
Hardin. James W - 337 
Hardin. Jenifer C - 258. 337 
Hardin. John J — 258 
Hardin. Karen D - 337 
Hardwick, Bryan K — 337 
Hardwick. Gene K — 337 
Hardy, Anthony — 338 
Hardy, Joy L - 278. 337 
Hardy, Linda M - 337 
Hardy, Nancy S -337 
Hare. Hazel E. — 337 
Hargrove. James W — 260 
Harkins. Charlotte A — 337 
Harlan, Catherine R — 264 
Harlan, Jeffrey L - 214.215 
Harlan. John K - 337 
Harlow. Cherie R - 250 
Harmel.DawnE - 198. 199. 

247.252,337 
Harmon. John W - 337 
Harmond. Michael H - 258. 

337 
Harms, Corry D Jr - 337 
Harper. Amy B -189.204.205 
Harper, Martha J - 337 
Harper. Ronald C - 337 
Harpole. Sara B - 194. 195 
Harrell. Clayton T - 337 
Harrelson, Amy L - 337 
Harrington. Deidra K. — 124 
Harrington, Hank - 250 
Harrington, Kelll K — 337 
Harrington. Lesa K - 337 
Harrington. Susan M — 337 
Hams, Albert E - 337 
Hams Andre — 104 
Hams, Bennie L - 337 
Hams. David R - 230 337 
Hams. James T - 298 
Hams. Karen T - 337 
Hams Marybn _ 3313 
Hams Rob A — 287 
Hams. Robert L - 230, 337 
Hams Steven M - 337 
Hams, Suzanne E — 18. 19. 82. 

276.304 
Hams, Vera A - 204. 205 
Hams William J III — 337 
Hamson, Darlene - 338 
Harrison Kathennc A - 194. 

195,337 
Hamson. Kent A - 338 
Hamson, Suzanne - 194. 195. 

338 
Hamson Walter C III - 338 
Hart. Susan N - 338 
Hartley, Carla M -204,205 

338 
Hartnen. Mary B — 300, 338 
Hartzog. Lon A - 196. 197 
Harvey. Kenneth D — 116. 119 
Harvey. Martha L — 338 
Harvey. Regina — 338 
Harvey. Thomas C — 338 
Hassell, Theresa L - 338 
Hasson. Joe L Jr - 338 
Hastings. Donnie L - 338 
Hatcher. James E - 260, 338 
Hathcock. Juanita L - 338 
Hathcock, Stephanie A — 189, 

202. 203. 273 
Hathom. Cheryl M - 245 
Hathom. Laura D — 338 
Hathom. Lisa C — 338 
Hartaway. David L - 258 
Hanen, Frank A - 338 
Hatten, James A - 262 
Harton. Martin L - 338 
Hauck. Clarence E - 287. 338 
Haun. Russell D - 338 
Hause, Judith K - 247, 338 
Hawkins, Alicia F - 248 
Hawkins, Cathcnne - 250, 338 
Hawkins. Charles L Jr - 188 
Hawkins. Terry C - 338 
Hayes. Debbie L - 338 
Hayes. Greg — 275 
Hayes. John W - 338 
Hayes. Marilyn - 338 
Haygood. Gary A - 279. 338 
Haygood, Kathy D - 247 
Hayman. Frances 1 - 339 
Hayman. George T Jr — 339 
Haynes. Klmarie W - 250 
Hays. Kathleen M - 339 
Hazel. Donald K - 339 
Healy, John J 111 - 214.215 
Healy. Shawn M - 202, 203 
Heath, Marian C — 339 
Heatham, Byron - 287 
Heaton, Lynnle A - 196, 197. 

339 
Hederman. Wanda M - 339 
Heffner, Bhan K — 339 
Hcgwood. Wayne H Jr. - 339 
Heidelberg. Michelle — 339 
Helnkel. James F A — 339 
Helms. Sandra J - 339 
Helveslon. Maria J - 339 
Hemphill. Jeflrey L - 208, 209, 

298, 339 
Henderson, Charles A IV — 339 
Henderson, David Olon — 214, 

215 
Henderson, Delols A - 339 
Henderson, Donell — 260 
Henderson, Elizabeth P — 79, 

261,272.273,339 
Henderson. Geraldlne - 260 
Henderson. Hubert L - 116 
Henderson. Mary M - 339 
Henderson. Robert Jr - 339 
Henderson. Stanley L — 339 
Henderson. Steven W - 241 
Hendricks. Laura L - 339 



Hendricks. Thomas A —210 

211 
Hendry. Cathy J - 252 
Henegan. Francis J — 265 
Henley. Gregory J — 339 
Henley, Patricia P — 248 
Hennlng, Barbara J - 339 
Henriquez, Joaquin V — 339 
Henry. Doran R — 282 
Henry. Florence C - 239, 276, 

280. 302, 339 
Henry. Hope A - 259. 339 
Henry. Kathy M - 202. 203. 

339 
Henry.LeatrtceJ -339 
Henry. Melody G - 245, 339 
Henry. Myra J, - 339 
Henry. Schreese — 339 
Henry. William D — 339 
Henry. William V III - 140 
Herbert. Melissa D - 339 
Herblson, Rhonda L - 186, 293, 

339 
Herturth. Kevin W - 339 
Herrera. Maria - 339 
Herring. Charles E Jr, - 339 
Herring. Dixie M - 244.339 
Herring, Eugene H — 240 
Herring. Jeannette L. — 339 
Herring. Lee E - 279. 339 
Herring, Marty E — 248 
Herring. Michael J - 339 
Hemng, Terrl L — 339 
Hemngton. Stephen W - 254. 

339 
Hester. David W - 214.215. 

288. 339 
Hester. John R - 208. 209, 

247, 284. 339 
Hester. John W Jr -220.221. 

339 
Hester. Karen L - 198. 199 
Hester. Kenneth R - 339 
Herz. Chrtstlne W — 339 
Hicks, Frederick A - 339 
Hicks, Julia L - 3.70. 194. 195. 

288. 292. 339 
Hicks. Steven M - 339 
Hicks. William R Jr - 298 
Hidalgo. David W - 220.221 
Hldri. Mohamed A — 340 - 
Hlggason, Michael A. - 340 
Hlgglnbotham. Deborah L — 340 
Hlghlower, Roxanne L - 198. 

199.241.265.279,340 
Hlldenbrand. Mark M - 340 
Hildertrand. Kaffee M - 340 
Hllkerson, Peter — 340 
Hill, James M - 210,211 
Hill, Joan M - 340 
Hill, John F - 210.211.340 
Hill. Kathy D - 340 
Hill, Kenneth M - 258. 279. 

282 
Hill. Klmberly L - 340 
Hill. M R B - 250 
Hill. Quliesler - 74. 234. 276. 

340 
Hill, Rodney — 104 
Hill. Ronald - 340 
Hill. Tammle L. — 340 
Hill. Thomas C - 258 
Hllllard, Lee M - 289. 340 
Hilton. Angela K - 278. 340 
Hilton. Scott M - 230 
Hilton. William M - 240 
Hlndman. Frances L - 259 
Hlndman. Patrick N - 340 
Hlndman. Penny G — 340 
Hinds. Cheryl J - 340 
Hlnes, Cynthia — 340 
Hlnes, Sidney T —340 
Hlnesley. Shelly D - 14.288. 

340 
Hlnson. Terrl L — 340 
Hlnlon. Timothy R — 340 
Hlntson. Melanle R — 196. 197. 

340 
Hltt. Derrick W - 340 
Hlady. Rique V - 340 
Hobart, Kenneth D - 234, 340 
Hobart, Laclnda M — 340 
Hobbs. Bruce L — 340 
Hobby. Sandra A - 340 
Hobdy, William T II - 340 
Hode. Terry D - 258 
Hodge. Dean Y - 340 
Hodge. Deborah M - 340 
Hodge. Teresa L — 340 
Hodges. Cheryl M - 194, 195 
Hodges. Connie S — 261 , 340 
Hodges. Dan A III - 279. 340 
Hogue, Michael D - 283, 340 
Hoke. Andrew J - 245,340 
Hoke. Sharon F - 275, 276, 

340 
Holaday, Gerald W - 220. 221. 

340 
Holcomb. Sandra K — 340 
Holcomb. Sandra L - 202. 203. 

340 
Holder. Myron J. — 250 
Hollfleld, David - 340 
Hollman. Barbara K - 340 
Holladay. Gay - 202. 203 
Holland. Grace F - 194. 195 
Holland. Karen L - 250. 340 
Holland. Patricia A - 248. 286 
Holley. Kevin W . — 340 
Holley, Warren T - 234. 340 
Holllday. Amelia A - 271 
Holllday. David N - 340 
Holllday, Gregory — 250 
Holllday. Peggy Ann — 245. 340 
Holllday-Stalllngs. S K - 340 
Holllman. Skipper - 220. 221. 

Holllnger. Jonl L - 260, 282 
Holllnger, Mark - 340 
Holllngsworth. Tamora L - 340 
Hollls. Melanle D 196.197 
Holloman. Daniel B - 259. 340 
Hollomon. Richard K — 341 
Holly, Greta W - 341 
Holman. Lester Y II - 220, 221. 

341 
Holman. Sharon E - 341 
Holman. Steve A - 341 
Holmes. Debra L - 341 
Holmes, Votle -341 
Holt. DanlJ -341 
Holton. James J - 79.341 
Homan. Marsha A. - 341 
Homer. Robert W - 264 
Honea. Jeffery K - 258 
Honeycutt. Fll — 341 
Hood. Andy - 220.221.341 
Hood. Elizabeth A - 341 
Hood, Hugh H - 341 
Hood. Jeffrey J - 231,341 



Hood. Jon B, - 230 
Hooper, Sharon D — 142 
Hoops. Alan D - 265,341 
Hoover. Jack C - 230 
Hoover. Rebecca W - 194.195. 

279,341 
Hopkins. David O - 271.341 
Hom. David B — 341 
Hom. Joe L - 248 
Horn. Joel T - 341 
Hom, Phillip A - 341 
Hom, William D - 34 
Home. Paula R - 341 
Home. William W Jr - 250, 

341 
Hortimer, Malerlse — 273 
Horton. Barry W — 243 
Horton, Catherine H - 250, 341 
Horton, Dlanne - 341 
Hosch, JeanM - 341 
Hoskln. Kathleen A - 287.341 
Hough. David W - 254.341 
House. Robert F - 341 
House. Sheila F - 341 
Houston. Janet C - 204. 205. 

278 
Houston. Lulgla M - 293, 395 
Houston, Melanle M — 341 
Houston, Stephen F —210.211. 

260,341 
Houston. William T — 250 
Howard. Emily L - 239. 260. 

341 
Howard. Fran L — 341 
Howard. Glenn J - 341 
Howard. Michael R - 239. 341 
Howard. Stephen D - 341 
Howell. Annette — 341 
Howell. Brent G — 341 
Howell, Deborah L - 341 
Howell. Derrek L - 341 
Howell. Jeffry O - 270. 341 
Howell. Joey -341 
Howell, John - 341 
Howell, Leigh A - 198. 199, 

274.341 
Howell. Sarah R - 273.341 
Howze. Edward A - 270, 341 
Hubbard, Robert K III - 230, 

341 
Hubbert. Dewayne A — 341 
Hubbcrt. Tracy N — 341 
Hubler. Larry W - 236. 242 
Huckaby, Julia R - 262, 341 
Huddleston. Pamela Y — 245, 

341 
Hudqtns. Michael W - 258. 341 
Hudson, Blake - 341 
Hudson, Jay — 341 
Hudson, Joel D - 270, 342 
Hudson, Maxle P - 79 
Hudson, Spencer D Jr - 342 
Huey. Lee - 250 
Huff. Jeffrey B - 260 
Hugglns, Gregory P — 342 
Hughes. Marcus K - 342 
Hughes. Steven M - 342 
Hughes. William E Jr - 342 
Hull. Maury A - 104.342 
Humphrey, Sara B — 204, 205. 

342 
Humphreys. Laura K — 196, 

197.279,342 
Hunnelec, Dodle — 259 
Hunsucker, Walter W. - 229 
Hunt, Lillian — 342 
Hunter, Carolyn H — 342 
Hunter, Marsha L - 342 
Hunter. Veronica M - 202. 203 
Huntington. John W - 74. 247. 

259. 288. 342 
Hupfer. Stacey E - 342 
Huq. Ahsanul — 262. 342 
Hurley. Robert D - 104 
Hurst. Michael K - 342 
Hurt.Caytee - 196. 197.342 
Huskison. Laurie G - 198, 199. 

342 
Hutchins, Charles C — 104 
Hutchinson. Harold - 342 
Hutchinson. Susan A —271,342 
Hutson. Brian S - 104. 342 



I 



Ingle. Mike W - 104 

Inkster. Klmberly A - 194, 195. 

342 
Intawongse. Khoslt — 342 
Irby, William S IV - 342 
Irvm. Lcmond D - 287. 342 
Irwin, Blake L - 342 
Isaac, Sheila R - 342 
Iskra, Charles J - 342 
lupe, William W - 210,211. 

342 
Iverson. Thomas A — 342 



J 



Jacks. John H - 260. 342 
Jackson. Allsa J - 259, 342 
Jackson, Aubrey L — 240 
Jackson, Came — 342 
Jackson. Charles A — 342 
Jackson. David G - 264 
Jackson. Dennis — 342 
Jackson, Donald W - 342 
Jackson. Gary D — 249 
Jackson. James H Jr - 343 
Jackson. John - 250. 343 
Jackson. Judy C, — 343 
Jackson, Klmberly L - 196. 197 
Jackson. Kirby — 104 
Jackson, Laura L — 343 
Jackson, Lisa C - 189. 196. 

197.343 
Jackson, Margaret E S, — 343 
Jackson. Mark — 343 



388 / Student Index 



Jackson. Melissa J - 198. 199 
Jackson. Samuel M — 343 
Jackson. Susan A — 343 
Jackson, Tonl L . — 27 1 , 343 
Jackson. Tony R. — 343 
Jacobi. Paige F - 196. 197.343 
Jacobs. Ottis E- Jr — 343 
Jaggers. Mark C - 285. 343 
James. Allie B — 343 
James. Christine H. — 248, 343 
James. Curtis H — 214. 215. 

343 
James, Cynthia V - 249. 343 
James. Edward L — 343 
James. Jennifer L — 343 
James. Judith E — 343 
James. Mike - 343 
James. Robert W - 343 
James, Steven L — 343 
James, Sylvia - 261, 287, 289 
Jamison. Fred D — 343 
Jamison. Joyce A - 196. 197 
Janous, Frank B, III — 220, 221 
Jarratt, Donald L - 214. 215. 

270 
Jarvis. Michael T — 343 
Jasper. Alice H — 343 
Jay. Mary E. - 274. 343 
Jayantt. Sreenlvas — 262 
Jaynes. Chadwick L- — 343 
Jayroe. Sheila L - 196, 197, 

343 
Jeantreau. Rene P — 343 
Jeanson, Sharon E — 247, 343 
Jeanson, Thomas A — 260 
Jetcoat. Sarah J - 247, 250. 

343 
Jefcoats, Gary W —343 
Jeffers. Susan R — 194. 195, 

343 
Jefferson, Kenneth E. — 343 
Jefferson. Lisa G, - 249. 343 
Jefferson, Teresa A, - 343 
Jeffords, Stephanie D. — 198. 

199.343 
Jeffries. Melissa C - 202. 203 
Jenkins, Allen D — 343 
Jenkins. Allyson — 343 
Jenkins. Dla L. — 343 
Jenkins. Jennifer — 343 
Jenkins, Michael H - 343 
Jenkins. Pamela D — 261, 343 
Jenkins. Rebecca J — 248. 343 
Jenkins. Rleveland R, — 260 
Jenkins. Tracey L, — 343 
Jenkins. William G - 343 
Jennings. Brenda — 343 
Jennings. Donna E — 343 
Jennings. Robert D - 208. 209, 

270. 343 
Jemigan, Robert E. — 269 
Jemigan. Travis E — 343 
Jester. Rhonda L - 196. 197, 

247. 343 
Jlrfkowlc. Anita C — 343 
Jochlmsen, Jul! A — 344 
Jochimsen. Susan L — 344 
Joe, Virginia Y - 249. 262. 275. 

344 
Johnson, Aldewln T, — 260 
Johnson, Amy E — 344 
Johnson, Amy J — 204. 205 
Johnson. Angela — 261, 344 
Johnson. Bennet L — 344 
Johnson, Bridgette M — 344 
Johnson. Doran V — 344 
Johnson. Eddie D — 344 
Johnson. James M — 260 
Johnson, Joe M — 344 
Johnson. Joseph M — 344 
Johnson. Julia K - 196. 197. 

289.344 
Johnson, Karla S. - 74, 344 
Johnson, Kenneth A — 344 
Johnson. Ken L - 196. 197. 

344 
Johnson. M, I. — 252 
Johnson. Mark - 220. 221. 344 
■■-*■- .... Michelle T - 269. 344 
Johnson, Rhonda A — 344 
Johnson. Roy A — 344 
Johnson, Sammie L — 344 
Johnson, Stephen L — 344 
Johnson. Tammye K. - 248. 344 
Johnson. Terry D - 208. 209. 

344 
Johnson, Tyra - 196. 197. 272. 

289, 344 
Johnson, Vanessa C — 344 
Johnson. Warren C, - 104 
Johnson. Wesley M - 344 
Johnson, William A - 104. 240 
Johnston, Angela M — 344 
Johnston. Gerald E Jr — 283. 

344 
Johnston. James — 344 
Johnston. James M — 220. 221. 

272 
Johnston Patrick B — 279. 344 
Joiner. Debra L — 344 
Jolley, James B — 282. 344 
Jolley. Sandra K - 252 
Jollit. William O Jr — 344 
Jolly. Johnny M — 344 
Jonas. Michael D — 344 
Jones, Ben S - 344 
Jones, Blake T - 344 
Jones, Carmen — 345 
Jones. Christopher W — 263 
Jones. Clarence E 111 - 243 
Jones, Curlean L - 234, 344 
Jones. Cynthia - 249. 258. 275. 

344 
Jones, Cynthia — 344 
Jones Damon A — 344 
Jones. Dan-ell F - 235, 344 
Jones. Deidra D - 194. 195. 

344 
Jones, Dennis N — 344 
Jones, Donna A — 344 
Jones, Elizabeth C - 259. 284. 

344 
Jones. Gergo — 282 
Jones. Gladstone N III - 220. 

221 
Jones, Glen -220,221.344 
Jones, Gralyn J — 344 
Jones, Gregory M — 258 
Jones. Jowanna L — 260, 344 
Jones, Klmberly A - 258, 344 
Jones, Uschelle - 249, 282. 

345 
Jones. Leslie E Jr. - 344 
Jones. Nancy J. - 194. 195. 344 
Jones. Randy — 43 
Jones. Scott S - 214.215 
Jones. Shen D - 202. 203 
Jones, Sherry L — 344 
Jones. Susan L - 198. 199. 344 
Jones Tamara C — 14. 293. 



344 
Jones, Timothy — 260, 344 
Jones, Timothy — 345 
Jones. Todd J - 140 
Jones, Todd L - 220,221 
Jones. Tommy L — 345 
Jones, Tracye T. — 194, 195 
Jones. Weiler H - 345 
Jonson. Carmen - 202. 203 
Jonson. Paul D - 345 
Jordan. Andrew C — 345 
Jordan. Clifton D — 345 
Jordan. Jay - 251.345 
Jordan. Jay P — 220.221 
Jordan. Jefferson K - 345 
Jordan. Jerry G Jr — 250, 345 
Jordan. Paula D — 249 
Jordan. Robert W — 345 
Joy. Leslie A - 194, 195 
Joyner. Jill S - 345 
Jue, Frank M - 345 
Jue, Glenn Y - 239, 276 
Jumper. Becky J — 345 
Jumper, Crls M - 345 
Jumper William D — 345 
Jun. Young W - 345 
Junkln, James M — 254 
Junkin. Owen S — 345 
Junkln, Scott D — 260 



K 



Kahee. Channel T - 189 
Kaiser. Charles H III - 214, 215 
Kaiser, Gabrlela A - 267. 345 
Kaletta, Andrew T -207.345 
Kan. James P - 274 
Kaslteddy, Reddy C - 249. 252 
Katz. Brit - 265 
Kay. Timothy R - 240 
Kea. Susan W - 345 
Keady. Darrell J - 345 
Kearney. Dana L - 204. 205. 

345 
Keath. Larry D, Jr —345 
Keck. Tracy L - 345 
Keeler. William H - 345 
Keels. Patricia J — 245, 260, 

304, 345 
Keith. Bruce L - 345 
Keller. Pamela A. - 196. 197 
Kelley. Beth A - 345 
Kelley, John C - 345 
Kelley, Mark C - 270 
Kellum. Agrlppa S — 289 
Kelly. Charles A — 265. 345 
Kelly, Leonard R Jt - 345 
Kelly.LorIA - 258,345 
Kelso. Carl M - 345 
Kemp, Amy L - 204, 205. 279. 

345 
Kemp, Belynda D - 345 
Kemp, Melodee L - 80. 345 
Kendnck. Kalherlne A — 345 
Kendrlck. Milton T - 345 
Kendrtck, Trudy L — 250, 345 
Kennard, David M - 345 
Kennedy, Andrew J — 214.215 
Kennedy. Bo F -210.211.345 
Kennedy. Darrell W -345 
Kennedy. Jimmy D — 274. 345 
Kennon. Larry W - 298, 345 
Kent, Dodle - 204. 205 
Kent. Elizabeth S — 345 
Kenyon, Ronald W - 230, 260 
Kerby, Arlle Y — 345 
Kern, David L Jr — 345 
Kem, Margaret R — 345 
Kelchum, Gerald W - 248, 258 
Ketchum. Roy C - 229, 345 
Key. Janet R — 345 
Keyes, Susan F - 345 
Keys. CarlaC -289.345 
Keys. KendylA - 202.203. 

345 
Keys. Scott - 258 
Khan, MAM— 345 
Khan. Naslr H — 346 
Khalena. Moshe - 235 
Khosla, A|ay — 346 
Kidd, Jamie K - 198. 199.346 
Kllgore. Karen M - 346 
Klllebrew. Marcus E - 346 
Klllen, Steven C -346 
Kllllngsworth. Jason K - 346 
KUpatrtck. Klmberley A — 198. 

199, 346 
Kllpatrlck. Lloyd N - 346 
Kllpamck. Marty - 254. 298 
Kilpatflck. Marvin - 346 
Kllpamck, Robert H - 346 
Kllpamck. Sandra L — 346 
Kimball. Constance E — 196. 

197.282 
Kimble. Lon A — 74. 80. 198, 

199.258.276.281,346 
Klmbrell. Marc A - 229, 234. 

346 
Kimbrough. Klmberly L. — 347 
Klnard. Tina D — 244, 346 
Kineses, Michael T - 346 
King, Alan S - 279. 346 
King. Charles A - 239. 258 
King. Charles — 346 
King. Jeffrey D - 298 
King. John W — 75 
King. Karen W — 346 
King. Kevin S. — 273 
King. Mark - 254 
King. Nancy C — 196. 197 
King. Phillip G - 346 
King. Sheila M — 346 
Kingston. Kathe E - 141 
Kinney, Kevin S - 287. 346 
Kinsey. Richard A — 346 
Klrby. Barbara A, — 346 
Klrby. Curtis G — 346 
Kirk, Doris M - 346 
Kirk, Ken S - 286 
Kirk. Lon J - 252.346 
Klrkland. Amy E - 202. 203 
Klrkland. Todd C — 104 
Klrkman. Jennifer K — 346 
Klsh, Ale* R — 260. 346 
Kitchens. Letltla K - 171. 258. 

346 
Kitchens. Steven M — 346 
Ktzzar. Terry W - 346 
Kline. Linda G - 346 



Klucz, Raymond S - 346 
Klug. Russell T - 241 
Knight. Angella D - 250. 347 
Knight. Dule L Jt - 260 
Knight. Felicia J - 347 
Knight. John R - 242. 298. 347 
Knight, Leslie A - 204, 205. 

347 
Knight. Marshon — 249. 347 
Knight. Phillip L - 347 
Knight. Susan B - 202. 203 
Knight, Timothy W — 3. 92. 

250. 288. 292. 395 
Knobbe, Bruce P — 267 
Knott. Bobby W - 347 
Knox. William J - 260 
Kobayakawa, Julllan Y — 347 

Kobayakawa. Naome P - 347 

Kocha. Theresa A -258.261. 
347 

Koelllng. Klmberly R — 347 

Kohers. Gerald - 347 

Kohler. David W — 347 

Koonce. Dona L — 347 

Koong. Kai S - 250 

Koslicki. Penni L - 261 

Kowerduck, Scott D — 347 

Kraft, Carol A — 347 

Kiaska, James C - 207.347 

Krueger, Lisa R — 347 

Kuek. Choon H - 347 

Kumariena. Prasanna - 243 

Kune, Linda — 240 

Kuo, Nancy Y - 347 

Kunger. Richard P - 347 

Kux. Jill L - 347 

Kuykendall. Patrick - 220. 221. 
347 

Kwan, Roderick R - 243. 298, 



L 



Labarreare, Betty G — 347 
Lacey. Mark T - 245 
Lacey, Terri F - 347 
Lachln. Laura J - 347 
Uchln, Victor G. — 258 
Ladd, Alainea C. — 347 
Ladd. Gary D — 347 
Ladd. Philip D - 236. 347 
Ladner, Eldridge T Jr — 263. 

347 
Ladner, James L - 347 
Ladner, Todd L - 214.215 
Lagrone. Barry K — 75 
Lalche.ErlcA - 275.347 
Laird, Hendrlck J III - 250 
Lalone, Romaln D II - 270 
Lamb. Thomas J - 262. 347 
Lambdln. Lauta Y -194,195 
Lambert. Joseph C - 347 
Lambert. Natalie A — 279 
Lambert. Penny R — 347 
Lampkln, Brian E - 265. 282. 

347 
Lampkln, Innes A —347 
Lampkln, James M - 347 
Lampkln, Michael H — 282 
Lancaster, Archie B - 347 
Lancaster, Ben - 210.211 
Lancaster, Fonda — 347 
Lancaster. Tammy M - 347 
Land, William - 104,347 
Landry, Leo T III - 347 
Landry. Tracy A - 247.347 
Lane Brenda S — 239, 275, 

276. 280. 347 
Line, Dennis R Jr — 347 
Lane. Lloyd A. - 347 
Une. Marcla K - 347 
Lane, Richard A Jr - 239. 258. 

275, 279. 347 
Laney. Douglas H - 230. 347 
Laney, Lor! A - 194, 195. 259. 

271.347 
Lang. Gerald R - 254.347 
Langdon. Jimmy A — 347 
Langford, David B — 254 
Langford. David L - 260, 348 
Langford, Linda G - 249 
Langford, Lisa D — 249 
Langford, Shellle M - 249. 348 
Langford. Timothy E — 348 
Langley. Ricky A — 348 
Langoon, Jimmy — 347 
Langston. James K -243.279 
Larlnde, Michael A - 348 
Larry, Genevieve R - 348 
Larson, Karl R - 258 
Laster. Barbara L — 348 
Laster, John A — 348 
Laster. John T — 348 
Lathem, Bobby L - 348 
Laurel. Hector O — 244 
Lawgall, Lawgall S — 348 
Lawhon. Martha C — 3. 186, 

194, 195.292,348 
Lawrence. Clayton E - 244 
Lawrence, Matthew C — 348 
Lawrence, Sheila L - 348 
Lawrence, Thomas J — 220. 

221. 348 
Lawson Sandra L — 348 
Lawson. Slanton S - 250. 348 
Lawson Stephanie J - 194. 195 
Leake. Robert C Jr - 250, 282, 

348 
Leavell, Kenneth H - 348 
Ledbetter, Olivia N — 348 
Lee, Amanda C - 293. 348 
Lee Beau F - 348 
Lee, Dana C - 348 
Lee, Deborah L, - 348 
Lee, Eamestine NMI - 348 
Lee. HongDa - 252 
Lee. Jlam-Hwa - 348 
Lee, Joanne - 348 
Lee, John A - 263. 348 
Lee Joyce M — 248,348 
Lee, KendallO - 241,348 
Kee. Lisa C - 348 
Lee, Lisa R - 249, 348 
Lee, Many — 348 
Lee. Matthew V —348 
Lee. Roger - 250 
Lee. Shanlyn G - 270, 348 
Lee, Shen L - 348 
Lee, Tammy K - 348 
Lee. Terry — 239 



Lee, William D - 282 
Legale. Kelelgh L - 348 
Lelfrled. Rodney L - 348 
Leister, Barbara C - 285, 348 
Lembo. Stephen M - 348 
Lemcke. Scott A — 298 
Leng. Jason — 348 
Lenoir. Michael L - 251.263. 

348 
Leonard. Mellnda G - 348 
Leonard. Richard Y Jr — 348 
Leonard. Timothy L — 244. 348 
Leslie, Ricky - 348 
Lester. David C -348 
Lester. Leslie L — 348 
Lestrade, Thomas M —263.275 
Leung, Laurence H - 348 
Leverett, Gary S — 260 
Levine, James H -239 
Lewellen, Karl L - 198, 199 
Lewis. Andrea - 348 
Lewis. Charlotte A - 258. 348 
Lewis, Dena R - 247, 278, 348 
Lewis. Elizabeth J - 194, 195, 

348 
Lewis. Jennifer L —261,293, 

308. 348 
Lewis. John H Jr - 349 
Lewis. John W - 349 
Lewis. Karen C - 349 
Lewis, Martha L — 349 
Lewis. Melissa J - 349 
Lewis. Molly B — 261 
Lewis. Neal P - 349 
Lewis, Randall A, - 349 
Lewis, Regl R — 349 
Lewis. Sally C -202.203.349 
Lewis. Sally M - 204, 205. 349 
Lewis. Thomas E - 349 
Lewman. Thomas A —241 
Liberto. Maria M - 194, 195 
Lichlyter, Phillip M -349 
Llddow, Garfield — 349 
Liggett, Michael R - 260 
Lightfoot, Paul A — 349 
Lighlsey. George R - 239, 276 
Lillo, Myna D — 349 
Lin, Chyi Hong — 349 
Linam, Shawn L - 204, 205, 

349 
Lincoln, Rodney L — 349 
L.ndley. David R — 349 
Lindley, John E Jr — 349 
Lindley. Mark A - 349 
Lmdley, Michael B —262.349 
Lindley. William P — 220. 221 
Lindsey, Gall - 245. 349 
Lindsey. Kalhryn A - 204. 205. 

349 
Linley. James P - 269 
Linn, Klmberly A - 202,203. 

349 
Linton. Phyllis C. — 349 
Lion, David C - 250 
Lippincott, James D Jr — 349 
Lipsey, Lady E - 204, 205, 349 
Lipsey. Nan - 349 
Lishman, Dewey W Jr - 349 
Littell. David B - 258 
Littell, Howard S - 239,279, 

349 
Little. Jill M —349 
Little. Johnny H — 210.211 
Little. Kalhryn A - 202. 203 
Little Sherry J - 349 
Little. Timothy S - 229, 349 
Livingston. Gregory L. — 349 
Livingston. Suzanne — 349 
Lizana.DesireeA - 258.349 
Lloyd, April T - 349 
Lloyd. Mary T — 349 
Lochndge, Amanda G — 250, 

349 
Lockett, Damita J - 349 
Lockett. Patrick G. — 349 
Lockhart, Terry G —349 
Lottln. Jacquelyn C — 204. 205, 

349 
Lottln, Randolph S - 282. 349 
Lottln. Van T - 349 
Loftls, Susanne M — 75. 276, 

349 
Logan. Carolyn A — 250. 349 
Logan. Jay — 349 
Logan. Pamela — 349 
Lolcama. Klrstl - 271 
Lolooda, John — 349 
Long, Emily A. — 131 
Long, Jeffrey H. — 10 
Long, John M — 270 
Long. LaclaM —349 
Long. Laura L — 349 
Long. Lisa A - 239. 259. 349 
Long. Lisa A - 189, 196. 197. 

349 
Long, Shannon D — 350 
Long. Tara L - 202. 203. 350 
Longgrear. Mark S — 210.211 
Longmlre. Kara E - 350 
Loper, George D — 350 
Lopez. Ann M — 252 
Lopser, George — 350 
Lord. Edward A - 260, 350 
Lord, John P . — 298 
Lott. Brooke T — 350 
Lott, Edison J - 140 
Lott, John P — 230, 350 
Lott, Kevin T — 350 
Lott. Penny R - 245, 248. 267, 

350 
Lott, Susan L. — 350 
Lou, Bolen — 350 
Lou. Wendy L — 350 
Love. Richard G - 250. 350 
Lovelace, Bethany B — 350 
Loveless. Pamela E — 289 
Lovom, Allan L - 350 
Lovorn. Emily L - 350 
Lovom. John D — 350 
Lovom, Margaret A — 196. 197 
Lowe. Anthony K — 250. 350 
Lowe. John - 104, 110.286 
Lowery. Charles B — 350 
Lowery. Charles E — 350 
Lowery. Lucia L — 196. 197, 

350 
Lowery, Michael S — 298 
Lowery, Shannon N — 350 
Lowery, Thomas B — 210,211, 

Lowrey. Michael W — 350 
Lowthet. Jullon B. - 247 
Lucas. Connie - 198, 199 
Lucas, Constance L — 271 
Lucas. Jeffery C - 286 
Luckett. Lisa A - 196. 197. 350 
Luke. Rebecca J — 350 
Luke. Royce B Jr - 239, 276, 

283 
Lunceford, Martha K — 356 



Lund. Sallle - 243 
Lunelle. Orlando C. — 104 
Luplac.LulsE - 149 
Lurk, Dean T - 350 
Lusler, Kalherlne A — 350 
Luther. John K - 350 
Luttrell, Martin J - 214,215. 

235, 247 
Lulz, James A - 350 
Lutz. Kalherlne M - 196. 197. 

350 
Lyles. Pamela D - 350 
Lynch. James R - 282 
Lynch, Larry N - 269 
Lynch. Lynda A - 350 
Lynch. Terl L — 350 
Lynn, Sherrle A. — 351 
Lyon, Jolynn — 351 
Lyon, Paul G -351 
Lyon. Robert S - 214, 215. 351 
Lyon. Sara L - 351 
Lyons, Russell T - 240,351 



M 



Mabry, Monica L - 286,351 
Mabry. Teresa V - 286,351 
Mabry, Thomas E — 351 
Macon, Dana E — 351 
Maddox. Bryan K - 260 
Maddox, James R — 351 
Maddox, Ramona L - 249, 351 
Maddox, Stephanie L —351 
Madison. Howard F III - 241, 

351 
Madsen. Mellnda K - 351 
Magee. Stewart A - 351 
Magoun. Ellsabelh A - 259. 351 
Magruder, Leslie C — 351 
Maguslak. Thomas J — 351 
Mahaffey. Michael A - 285, 351 
Mahaynl. Ahmad S — 351 
Maler, Susan T - 198. 199. 

247.351 
Maler, William C —351 
Maiure. William WJr —351 
Mallard, James E - 351 
Mallery, William H IV - 284 
Mallett. Jean C - 38.351 
Mallett, Judy L - 244,351 
Mallett, Reglna — 250 
Malone. Eugenia S - 204, 205 
Malone. John W - 273 
Malone, Tracye W - 351 
Malone. William M III - 351 
Maloney. Gregory M — 210. 

211,260.351 
Maloy, Mark A - 242, 351 
Maloy, Minna D - 351 
Manby, John F Jr - 260 
Manglalardl, David G —214. 

215.264.351 
Mangrum, Adrtanne L — 351 
Mangum, George S — 351 
Mangum, Llanne — 351 
Mangum, Robert L Jr — 351 
Mannan. Muhammad A -351 
Manning, Billy R - 248 
Manning. Brtdgit B — 351 
Manonga. Moses — 351 
Mansell. Jefferson G — 165, 

188.210.211 
Mansour. Doris P — 202. 203. 

351 
Manzano. Joyce A - 270 
Matble. Lawrence H - 351 
Marlon, Anna F — 351 
Marlon. Kem — 351 
Marks. Rosemary G — 249 
Mailer. Bradley J -214,215. 

351 
Marler, Lisa C - 202. 203 
Marchmounl. Randolph — 351 
Marsalls. John C — 260 
Marsh. Brian F — 351 
Marshall. Anna M — 269 
Marshall. Beverly A —351 
Marshall. Beverly V - 351 
Marshall. Cynthia L - 234. 261. 

351 
Marshall. Jack L - 231,351 
Marshall. Linda F - 249 
Marshall. Stephanie Y - 351 
Martin, Annette - 238,271, 

272,273,351 
Martin, Bernard J - 351 
Martin. Carlyn R - 196, 197 
Martin, Came N - 351 
Martin, David N - 244.274, 

276. 352 
Martin. David S - 31.80.247. 

287 
Martin, Elizabeth A - 352 
Martin, Irving — 352 
Martin, James — 352 
Martin, Johnny E — 352 
Martin, Karen A - 198, 199, 

352 
Martin, Karen E - 198, 199, 

279. 352 
Martin. Llsabeth A — 204, 205, 

352 
Martin. M A — 352 
Martin. Mellnda G- — 352 
Martin. Mike E - 352 
Martin, Nancy L - 352 
Martin, Randle R - 244 
Martin, Rembert C - 116 
Martin. Sara - 189. 194,195. 

271,352 
Martin. Sharon L - 204. 205. 

352 
Martin. Shelly L - 131.204. 

205 
Martin, Teresa M - 352 
Martin, Valerie G - 261 
Martin, William R - 210.211 
Martinez, Claudia M - 252. 

275, 280 
Martinez, Rlcardo A — 352 
Marvegglo, Margo R — 304. 352 
Mashbum. Phillip D — 231. 352 
Mason. Jason L -104.244.352 
Mason, Nanci L - 352 
Massey, Beniamin T —214. 

215.352 
Massey. Gaines M - 352 
Massey, Klmberly D — 249 
Massey. Leigh A — 352 
Massey. Steven C. — 352 



Massey. Thomas F - 230. 357 
Masslnglll, Joel D - 352 
Masslnglll, Margaret D — 250. 

352 
Masson. Roy A — 352 
Mathews. Ann M — 352 
Mathews. Sonny — 140 
Mathls, Gregory D — 352 
Malhls. Mark L — 352 
Mathls. Sharon L — 352 
Matllevlch. Russell A - 245 
Matlock. Mary M — 352 
Matson. Robert C — 352 
Mattett, Reglna - 260 
Matthews. Gerald A Jr — 352 
Matthews. Marlene D - 274 
Matthews. Martha R — 352 
Matthews, Paul B — 279 
Matthews. Suzanne L — 352 
Matttson. Rebecca L -241.352 
Matlox. William D Jr — 229. 

352 
Mauldm, MaryH - 198,199. 

352 
Maxwell. Earnest E — 241 
May, Byron C - 258, 352 
May, Douglas — 352 
May, Marie A - 251 , 263. 352 
May. Marshall N - 352 
Mayden. Lisa L - 352 
Maygood, Gary — 265 
Maynard. Scott N — 285. 352 
Maynor. Carroll A — 194.195. 

352 
McAdory. Tangla A — 352 
McAlexander. Debra J — 352 
McAlexander. Steven T —352 
McAlpln. Randall H — 240. 352 
McAlpln. William J — 352 
McAnally, Mark L - 352 
McAuley, Sonnle — 131 
McBrlde. Charles L - 75, 81, 

287 
McBrlde. Donna L - 196. 197, 

277,352 
McBryde. Gregory P — 220. 

221, 352 
McCain. Alicia N - 270 
McCain. Carla B - 248. 352 
McCain, Uura A - 353 
McCain, Robert E II — 270. 353 
McCallum, Carol R - 263 
McCanless. William C -260 
McCann, Billy W - 244.276 
McCann. Carl Wayne — 286 
McCarra, Virginia D — 202. 203 
McCarter. Deborah S - 353 
McCarter. Donnle R — 353 
McCarty. Wanda K - 198. 199. 

353 
McCarver, Thomas - 353 
McCasklll. Todd E — 116 
McCaughn, Stephanie — 353 
McClaln. Leslie B - 353 
McClellan, Uura A - 196. 197. 

353 
McClellan, Phillip R — 285, 353 
McClellan, Rita K - 258. 265. 

279, 353 
McCletklng, Harwood K — 353 
McCllnton, A B — 353 
McClure. Joel NMI - 262, 353 
McClure. Joseph A Jr - 267. 

353 
McClure. Sheila R — 353 
McComas. Cathleen N — 259. 

271.353 
McCord. John E — 263. 353 
McCord. Marcia B - 247, 250, 

353 
McCord, William R III - 353 
McCordle, Dwayne — 286 
McCormack, Jennifer — 353 
McCormack. John W II - 353 
McCormlck. Leigh A - 249. 353 
McCormlck, Patty M -353 
McCown. Colin A - 353 
McCoy. Klmberly C B - 353 
McCoy, Robert K — 353 
McCoy, Victor J - 236,353 
McCralne. John W -214.215. 

279. 353 
McCraw, Nlchole D — 353 
McCullen. David M - 188. 220. 

221.353 
McCulloch. Judith A - 288, 353 
McCullough. Charles K - 220. 

221 
McCullough. Connie J - 260, 

353 
McCullough, Mark L - 353 
McCummlns, Robert J Jr - 353 
McCurley. Cynthia L — 353 
McDaniel, Douglas L — 353 
McDaniel. Timothy L — 353 
McDaniel. William D — 285 
McDlll. JohnS II - 210,211. 

353 
McDonald, Michael — 258, 285. 

353 
McDonald, Molly C - 194, 195, 

353 
McDonald. William R — 103 
McDowell. Jeana M - 198. 199. 

241.353 
McDowell. Mary G — 194. 195 
McDuffie. Richard W — 353 
McEachln, Steve L — 250, 353 
McElya. Deborah J - 246. 353 
McFalls, Cary P - 258. 353 
McGaughy, Daphyne O. — 353 
McGee. Donna F - 353 
McGee. John - 353 
McGee, Martin F - 353 
McGee, Michael - 230. 353 
McGee, William - 353 
McGehee, George A - 247. 353 
McGehee, Klmberly A - 353 
McGill. Jerllynn - 279. 353 
McGlll. Roseanne — 354 
McGowan. Cathy L - 354 
McGowln. David L — 354 
McGrath, Elizabeth A —241. 

247.275.354 
McGraw. Teresa A — 260. 354 
McGregor, John P — 354 
McGrew. Andrew W —258 
McHann. Lecia G - 354 
McHann, Teresa G — 354 
Mcllwain, Joseph M —354 
Mcllwain, Kelly L - 198. 199. 

354 
Mclntire. Deborah Y — 354 
Mclntyre. Amanda C - 202, 

203 
Mclntyre. Cynthia L - 204. 205. 

354 
McKann.Beth - 194. 195 
McKay. James D Jr — 354 
McKay. Jay - 298 
McKay. Larry S —354 



Student Index / 389 



McKay. LeasaC - 354 
McKeand. Rachel E - 354 
McKee. Alison D — 267 
McKee, Angela A — 354 
McKee, Cheryl E - 267. 354 
McKee. Jeanne C - 285 
McKee. Vlckl D - 258. 308. 

354 
McKelphln, John M — 104 
McKenna. Raymond J Jr — 104 
McKinley. Fellsha L - 245. 273. 

354 
McKlnney. Danny R — 354 
McKirrtck. Btenda D - 354 
McKirrtck. John H — 354 
McKnighl, William R _ 293 
McUne. Ann G - 204.205. 

259. 354 
McLean. Dauita C - 248. 354 
McLelland. Stacey A. - 259 
McLemore. Monica A - 354 
McLeod. Peter F - 354 
McMahan, Gregory C — 354 
McMahon, Linda A -81 254 

267 
McManus. Alisa J - 354 
McMajler. Barry N - 354 
McMaster. Laura L - 204. 205. 

289. 354 
McMaster. Vlckl L - 271 
McMilllan. Melva A — 354 
McMillin, David C — 354 
McMinn. Barbara E - 261 
McMinn, Barbara J — 354 
McM.nn. Geary D — 250. 354 
McMinn, Jennifer J - 196. 197. 

354 
McMinn, Rebecca A — 354 
McMullan, Joyce L — 241. 355 
McMullan. Vara I - 286 
McMullen. Pamela S - 355 
McMurray. Paul A - 355 
McNair. Sharon D - 355 
McNair.TaviaL - 202.203. 

355 
McNair. Terry A. - 355 
McNair, Tina L. — 355 
McNally. Robert S. - 243 
McNeely, Lyda L - 258 
McNeil. John D - 254 
McNeill. Melinda F - 198. 199. 

270. 355 
McRae. Leslie L - 198, 199. 

355 
McRaney.WillH Jr - 355 
McRee. Robert L — 355 
McReynolds. Charles S. — 355 
McReynolds, James M -355 
McReynolds. John F - 355 
McTaggart. Debra A - 239. 

275.355 
McVay, David W, — 355 
Meador. Darryl S —355 
Meadow, Chip - 210.211 
Meadows, Cynthia C — 355 
Meeks, ManonT - 355 
Meeler. Donald K — 355 
Megehee, Martha M - 265, 279. 

355 
Meggtnson, Laurie A — 355 
Megri, Amer E — 355 
Mehrle, Susan W. — 355 
Mell. Eric D — 104 
Melton. Beniamln — 355 
Melton. Randall W - 355 
Merchant. Douglas W — 355 
Merchant, Mary K — 355 
Merchant, Melinda M — 244 
Mercler. John D II - 284 
Merkel, Kathertne M — 355 
Merrlrt. Sharon M — 196. 197 
Memweather. Jople B - 355 
Merwin. Kristi L — 3, 288, 292. 

308. 355 
Mesko. Michael S - 355 
Messer, Bradley P - 258. 279. 

355 
Mens, Elizabeth R - 279. 355 
Metzger. Sandra L — 355 
Meyer, Brad W — 298 
Mlchlllzzl. James J —355 
Mlddleton, Mark M — 355 
Mlddleton.MyraJ —355 
Mlkell. Ronald C — 267 
Milan, Shawn _ 258 
Miles. Gwendolyn - 243 
Miles. Robert D - 286 
Miller. Angellque A - 202. 203 
Miller. Brenda L - 254. 260 
Miller, Charles - 355 
Miller, Charlotte D — 245 
Miller, Gregory D — 355 
Miller, Gregory R - 355 
Miller, JeHery W - 282 
Miller. Joe R - 220.221,355 
Miller. John - 355 
Miller, Julie A. - 355 
Miller. Julie D - 355 
Miller. Kalherine K - 202, 203. 

355 
Miller, Kalherine R — 355 
Miller, Unce — 286 
Miller, Leanne M - 267. 355 
Miller. Leigh - 202. 203, 355 
Miller. Marshell E Jr - 355 
Miller, Maxlne J K - 274.355 
Miller, MelanieC - 198. 199, 

279. 355 
Miller, Meredith E - 355 
Miller. Richard R — 245. 355 
Miller. Robert A — 355 
Miller. Undrea M. — 355 
Miller, WllllamS. - 104 
M.lligan. Neal E, — 356 
Mills, Dana A — 356 
Mills. Edith C - 260 
Mills, Hunter H - 356 
Mills. Kim E — 236. 242. 356 
Mills, Robin D - 356 
Mllner. Steven G - 250. 356 
Mllosh. Joseph — 280 
Milton. Lisa M - 249, 356 
Milton. Terry J -75.244.250. 

259.276.287,356 
Mlmms. Janet L — 356 
Mlms. Deborah K — 356 
Mink, Jeffreys — 234 
Mlnton. Margaret A - 196, 197, 

356 
Mlsrry. Arnavaz U - 258, 356 
Mitchell, Barbara C - 202. 203 
Mitchell, Betty J - 202,203, 

356 
Mitchell, Carol S - 252 
Mitchell. Fran N - 263. 280, 

356 
Mitchell. Gregory A — 356 
Mitchell. Gregory E - 356 
Mitchell. Jane A - 356 
Mitchell. Ket - 284 
Mitchell, Shellle V - 356 



Mitchell. Thomas — 356 
Mitchell, Timothy J — 356 
Mlxon, Richard K — 356 
Moak. Thomas — 356 
Moehrtng, Mathew D — 220. 

221.356 
Moffat. Jim N C - 75. 208. 209. 

250 
Moffett. James K - 80. 356 
Moffert, Joseph L - 240. 356 
Mohead. Paul F - 356 
Moncnef, Halbert B Jr. — 279 
Monroe. Amy A - 198.199. 

285. 356 

Monroe, Mary M - 356 
Monroe. Suzerte — 356 
Monson. Patricia K - 247 
Monster. Herman — 250 
Montgomery. Angela R — 356 
Montgomery. Dee A — 152. 

288. 356, 395 
Montgomery. Lea A — 258. 259, 

356 
Montgomery. Margaret A — 

204. 205. 259. 356 
Monrroy, Melissa J — 356 
Monts. Garry J — 241 
Mood, James T - 356 
Moody, Mark W — 356 
Moon. Rebecca J - 356 
Moore. Andrew L - 356 
Moore. Billy M - 356 
Moore. Carole - 286, 356 
Moore. Charles — 356 
Moore. Darrell G — 104 
Moore, Dayna L. — 356 
Moore. Dee D - 204. 205 
Moore, Dinah D - 356 
Moore. Douglas K - 254. 356 
Moore. Harold - 258 
Moore. Jessie C - 356 
Moore. John W - 265. 282 
Moore. Knsty W - 356 
Moore, Linda M - 204. 205. 

261,271.356 
Moore. Linda S - 198. 199, 356 
Moore, Melinda C — 356 
Moore. Michael R. - 356 
Moore. Reggie - 230, 287 
Moore, Shane - 356 
Moore. Stephany D - 356 
Moore. Travis B -81,229,247, 

356 
Moore. Troy L - 249 
Moore. Twanda F - 356 
Moore, Warren P - 250 
Moore. Wendy R — 356 
Moots. Laura A - 357 
Moran. Steven Q. - 357 
Morban. Joe — 357 
Mordecai, Arthur L — 104 
Moreland. Jeffrey W -230.357 
Moreman. Steven A - 357 
Morgan. Adrianne P — 263. 357 
Morgan, Anita E — 273 
Morgan, Benjamin M Jr — 75. 

244.259,276.279.357 
Morgan, Christopher E — 260 
Morgan, Craig D — 357 
Morgan, Craig S — 230 
Morgan, Deborah K — 357 
Morgan. DeDe - 202. 203 
Morgan. Denesha L — 357 
Morgan. Duke H Jr. - 357 
Morgan, Gene — 99 
Morgan, Johnny — 357 
Morgan, Juanda C — 357 
Morgan. Larry L - 282. 357 
Morgan. Laura F - 357 
Morgan. Maida N - 274.288 
Morgan. Shonda L - 357 
Morgan, Teresa D — 261 
Morgan. Thomas H Jr. — 254. 

357 
Morgan, Wallace — 286 
Morganti. JaceH - 357 
Morris. James R - 357 
Morris. John O Jr — 357 
Morris. Lesli C - 198, 199, 357 
Moms, Linda C - 240, 357 
Morrison. Douglas K, — 357 
Morrison. Jeffrey B - 235 
Morrison. Kim A - 3, 232. 252. 

258.288,292.395 
Morrow, Melinda D - 357 
Morson. John A II - 357 
Mortimer. Malonse - 202. 203. 

357 
Moseley. Bobby T - 300. 357 
Moseley, Jeffrey W - 250. 357 
Moses. Paige E - 196. 197. 

247. 357 

Moss. Christine - 282 
Moss. Dinah F - 357 
Molt, Melissa A - 86.88.89 
Mowdy. JohnK - 269,357 
Mowdy, Pamela R - 196. 197. 

299 
Moxon, Denlse M — 259 
Moyer. Lorllyn - 260. 357 
Mulllns. Albert T -357 
Mulllns, Angle M - 258. 357 
Mulllns, Avis L - 357 
Mulllns. Maureen P -357 
Mulllns. Todd - 276. 357 
Mulllns. Trisha R - 202, 203. 

273 
Mulvlhlll, James A - 357 
Munro. Jerry T - 357 
Murdock. David M - 357 
Murdock, Denton K - 357 
Murlf, Carol L - 267, 277, 285 

357 
Murphey, Robbie R - 250 262 

279.357 
Murphree. Betty J — 357 
Murphree, Norma J — 250 
Murphree. Scott A - 260. 357 
Murphy, Deborah A — 246 
Murphy. Gregory K — 357 
Murphy, John D Jr - 357 
Murphy, Robbie — 202. 203 
Murphy. Sarah A — 357 
Murray. Keith D - 357 
Murray. Mlchele E — 247. 357 
Murray. Richard L — 357 
Murrell. Scott D — 357 
Murrell. Steven D — 357 
Murrmann. Robert E — 357 
Muse, Cynthia L - 202, 203 

357 
Myall. Angela A — 235, 358 
Myatt.Nlkkl J — 358 
Myers, Farrls R Jr — 358 
Myers, Joseph W — 302 
Myers. Roger D - 258 
Myers. Sandra A. — 358 
Myrlck. Chris - 358 
Myrlck. Elizabeth L — 358 
Myrlck, John S — 358 
Myrlck, Stacey B — 194 195 

271 



N 



Nabors. Beniamln E -210,211, 

260 
Nabors. John F - 210.211 
Nabors. Louis B — 210,211 
Nace, Paul E - 358 
Nance. Jeffrey T - 358 
Nance. John W —358 
Naqvl, Syed A A - 262. 358 
Nash. Cheryl L - 269. 358 
Nash. Patrick J - 260 
Nasla. AdnanM — 262 
Neal. lshmon K III - 104 
Neathery. Klmberly L, - 198, 

199,358 
Neaves. Andrew S - 358 
Negbenebor, Charles A —252 
Nell. JeriE —248,358 
Nelms. Robert A — 239. 276 
Nelson. Jennifer N — 263, 358 
Nelson. Lorl D, - 358 
Nerren, Danny M- — 258, 358 
Nesmlth, Kerry C - 358 
Nessler, Ralph D — 250 
Nester. Jon B - 358 
Nester, Willie J — 247 
Neubert, Lisa C - 196, 197, 

358 
Neumann, Pamela M - 244 
Nevels. Anne S, - 196, 197.358 
Newcomb, Brent T - 358 
Newell, Lisa A - 249 
Newell, Ramona J - 280, 358 
Newman, Carla R - 358 
Newman, Evanne - 249, 300 
Newman, Michael E - 206. 248. 

358 
Ncwsome. Mary M - 262 
Newton. Janet E - 358 
Newton. Jim E - 258, 358 
Ng. Kok Ming - 358 
Nguyen, Tho D — 250 
Nichols, Christopher G- - 358 
Nichols, Jeremy B - 358 
Nichols, Kenna Y - 358 
Nichols, Stewart M — 358 
Nichols. Terri L. — 358 
Nichols. Tom E - 104 
Nichols. Trina D - 359 
Nichols. Valenta E - 249, 359 
Nichols, William - 242. 359 
Nicholson, Randy L - 359 
Nicholson. Shenorva L - 359 
Nixon. Lesla - 249, 359 
Noah, Reglna B — 359 
Noble, Carolina S - 304. 359 
Noble. Lorl A, — 359 
Noe, Richard J —359 
Nolner, Deldre - 299 
Nolen, Betty F - 359 
Norman, Dorothy A - 359 
Norris, Everett W Jr - 359 
Norris. Ray - 239 
Northlngton. Greg M — 208. 

209.359 
Norton, Terry W - 359 
Norwood, Jeffrey — 118 
Norwood, Scott G — 292. 359. 

395 
Nunally, Aldyth L - 258 
Nunez. John H - 214. 215, 359 
Nunnelee, Dorothy J — 198. 

199, 359 
Nunnelee, Ronald K - 359 
Nunnery, Jean B - 194. 195. 

300 359 
Nye. LlllleM - 198, 199.359 



o 



Oakley, Ester A - 241.270, 

359 
Oakley, Sidney F - 359 
Obeng, Willy J — 359 
Oberhelm, Stephen J — 298 
Oblrl. Nicholas I — 359 
Obrecht, Jennifer L - 359 
O'Connor, Michael P. — 359 
O'Connor, Teresa A - 359 
Odom, Amy L _ 359 
Odom. Amy L - 198, 199, 260, 

359 
Odom, Brenda F - 249 
Offenhlser. Peggy J — 247, 248, 

359 
Ogletree, Dee A — 359 
O'Keefe, Jan M - 243, 359 
Okhuysen.LulsE —250 
Oldham. MelanieC. — 196, 197, 

359 
Olesen, Jeffrey G - 242,298 
Oliver, Jesse L - 359 
Oliver. MarkS -359 
Oliver. Rita F — 234,359 
Ollverlo, Krlsta A. — 359 
Olsen, Gregory D — 359 

Olson, Jessica P — 359 

O'Neal. Leigh A — 265. 359 

O'Neal, Willie A - 260 

O'Nell. Joseph P - 260 

Only, James E - 208. 209. 264. 
282. 359 

O'QuIn, Robert W - 359 

O'Reilly, Will W — 359 

Orr, David M — 243. 359 

Ortega, Betsy M — 359 

Osbln. Charmalne B - 250. 259 
304, 359 

Osborn, Carey — 140 

Osborn. Erich C - 263. 359 

Osborn. Robert L Jr, — 258 

Osborne, Nell — 359 

Osby, Lora A — 359 

O'Shea. Brian J — 298 

Oswalt. Charles H - 244.262 
359 

Oswalt, Rhonda F — 359 



Otis. Christopher A — 283 
Otono. Dennis — 148 
Otto. Linda M - 250. 359 
Ousley. William I - 360 
Outlaw. Barbara R — 360 
Outlaw. Lanllra H - 360 
Overby. Jeffrey W - 298. 360 
Overcash, Jean - 280 
Owen, Margaret E — 360 
Owens. Eric R - 298 
Owens. Farley R 111 — 360 
Owens. Laneda M — 360 
Ownbey, Karen M - 198. 199. 

241.279,360 
Ownbey, Katrlna L - 198. 199, 



241 



ir. Philip L - 360 



P 



Pace. Beniamln C — 75 
Pace. Clayton H - 239,276 
Pace. Gilford R - 360 
Pace, Judy M - 360 
Pace. Ken T - 360 
Pace. Scott A — 360 
Pace. Suzanne L - 360 
Pachel. Vincent R - 360 
Pack, Donna M - 360 
Page, Christopher J — 360 
Page. Sonia L — 360 
Pahlman, Gregg - 299 
Pallidy, Philip - 298 
Palmeiro. Ralael - 101 
Palmer. Christopher E — 210. 

211,360 
Palmer. DeannaL - 279 
Palmer. Grady R Jr —360 
Palmer. Mark A - 229, 360 
Palmer, Mary J -258,283.360 
Palmer. William M - 229. 360 
Palmertree, Randall A - 360 
Palmqulst. Heidi L — 360 
Pang, Mark G - 360 
Pang, Tak-Kai — 360 
Pannell. Jeffrey L - 360 
Papasan, Stacy L - 360 
Parchman, John K — 360 
Parham. Leeann — 202, 203. 

272. 273. 360 
Parish. Amy B — 360 
Prk. Kwan Hee - 262 
Park, Sandra M - 261,275. 

279. 285. 360 
Parker, Charles L - 165 
Parker, Earl B 111 - 298. 360 
Parker. Gregory H — 360 
Parker. James G Jr - 360 
Parker. James R - 360 
Parker. John H - 208. 209 
Parker. Jona L — 360 
Parker. Laurie E - 81. 281. 360 
Parkes, Stanley M - 287. 298 
Parkman. Michael D - 360 
Parkman. Tim — 360 
Parkman. Waller C - 360 
Parks, Timothy Z - 264 
Parmer. Edward L - 252 
Parnell. Pamela D — 360 
Parnell, Perry E - 360 
Parnell. Richard S - 81.360 
Parnsh. Amy - 259, 285 
Parrish. Cynthia L — 204. 205. 

360 
Parrish. Denise M - 283. 360 
Parrish. Donald R - 250. 360 
Parnsh, Keith J - 283,360 
Parnsh. Rachel D - 250. 272, 

360 
Parsons, Jacqueline A. — 360 
Partaln. Robert L Jr — 360 
Partridge. Blakeslee A — 361 
Partridge, Donald W Jr —214 

215 
Partridge. Lisa G — 361 
Passons. Paige - 189 
Passons. Robin E - 194. 195 
Pastorelli, William P - 360 
Pate. Robert R Jr — 264 
Patel. Dineshkumar T —361 
Palel. Sangita - 249, 360 
Patnck. Daniel C. —361 
Patrick, Evelyn W — 361 
Patterson. Brenda S — 361 
Patterson. Emma L - 204. 205, 

361 
Patterson. Jenniler L - 249. 

361 
Patterson, Karln A - 361 
Patterson, Malissa — 249 
Patterson. Vickie L - 361 
Patton. AlonzoJ - 104 
Patton. Debbie - 361 
Patton, Kenner M - 361 
Patton, Rowena L - 361 
Patton, Sean G — 265 
Paul. Michael E - 361 
Paul, Suzanne R - 271.361 
Paxton. James E - 188.277. 

361 
Payne. Atlie M - 258, 279. 361 
Payne. DavidS - 361 
Payne. Jen R - 361 
Payne. William G - 214.215. 

361 
Paylon. Stacy — 361 
Peach, David E. — 361 
Peacock, David M — 361 
Peagler. Myron L -361 
Peaks, Karen R — 361 
Pearce, James J — 361 
Pearson, Aaron D - 104, 107, 

110, 115 
Pearson. Dan O - 229, 361 
Pearson, Jeffrey T — 361 
Pearson. Philip L —361 
Pearson. Rodney T — 361 
Peden, Martha L - 278. 361 
Peden. Nancy L — 361 
Pedrick. Florrle E — 194, 195 

279.361 
Peeler. Trade M - 196. 197 
Peeples, Michael L —361 
Peeples. Stephanie D — 204 

205.361 
Pegues. Lisa T — 244 
Pehlman. Gregory L — 254. 361 
Pell. Loma T — 285 
Pellerin, David M — 298 
Penn. Angela F, — 361 



Pennington, Deborah C — 361 
Pennington, William G — 260 
Penson, Dlanne — 245 
Penton. Russell D — 254, 361 
Pepper. Lana K S - 361 
Perez. Michael P — 298. 361 
Perez. Walter B III - 214,215. 

265.279.361 
Perkins, Mary L - 361 
Perkins, Thomas G, — 361 
Perkins, William K — 300 
Pemlclaro, Ralph E - 260, 361 
Perrert, Chrystal M - 239, 276 
Penett, Fred J — 239. 276. 287 

302 
Perry. Cheryl - 198, 199. 361 
Perry. James — 361 
Perry. Robert R Jr — 298. 361 
Perry. Terry W — 210,211 

279,361 
Perry, Thomas G. —361 
Perry, Tina M - 278,361 
Persons, Rodney F Jr — 361 
Peters, Frank W — 250 
Peters. Klmberley H. — 361 
Peters, Mark E - 361 
Peters, Rodney W - 104 
Peterson, Anita L - 277.361 
Peterson, Cindy L - 362 
Peterson, Harold L — 267 
Peterson, Teresa H - 362 
Peterson, Trecla D — 247 
Perre. Kenneth L — 362 
Pettey, Anne E - 196, 197, 362 
Pettlgtew, Michael C. — 31. 75. 

80, 287, 298, 362 
Pettrey, Peggy — 282. 362 
Petty, Joseph - 250, 289, 362 
Pham. Hy H - 362 
Phart. Gregory T — 286 
Phelps, Neewa J. — 362 
Phllio. Joseph E. — 362 
Phillips. Davlda L - 245 
Phillips. Deborah K - 362 
Phillips. Fonda G — 362 
Phillips. James L Jr —362 
Phillips. Lisa A — 362 
Phillips. Meredith A — 204 205 

362 
Phillips, Michael H — 220, 221 
Phillips. Samuel M - 362 
Phillips, Sherry A — 277, 285 
Phillips, Terry L - 259. 362 
Phillips, William M Jr - 140 
Phllpot, Edwin M Jr — 207 
Plckard. Michael M - 362 
Pickens. Vickie R - 139.286. 

362 
Pickering. Byron A. - 214. 215 
Pierce. Charles M - 362 
Pierce. Clarence A - 362 
Pierce. Mary W - 362 
Pierce, Sallle E S - 362 
Pierre, Carlo — 104 
Pilgrim, Jerry T Jr — 277 
Pilgrim, Tommy — 188 
Plnkard, Shane J — 252 
Plnkerton, Timothy J — 210. 

211 
Pmson, Michael F - 220,221 
Pinlard. Scott J. —260 
Piper. Phillip L - 274 
Pilchlord, Sheila K — 273 
Pure. Keith A- — 275 
Pirtman, Adrlenne E — 362 
Pittman, Karen R - 362 
Pittman. Kay - 299 
Pittman, Luellen M — 194, 195 
Pittman. Tracy B - 231.362 
P.ver. Delaine D - 362 
Piyawong, Pratuanglok — 262 
Plair. Victoria A- — 260 
Piatt, Darryl W — 362 
Plaxico, Kristi L - 258, 362 
Plotner, Douglas L - 207. 363 



Plul 



104 



Poag, Lisa M - 363 
Poarch, Caroline R R — 196. 

197. 258, 363 
Pody, Robert D - 363 
Poe. Laurie L — 196. 197. 259, 

363 
Poe. Ralph - 280 
Pohl. Jeffrey K - 363 
Poland. David W - 267. 285, 

291, 363 
Polk, Cynthia D — 363 
Polk, Laura V - 198. 199,363 
Polk, Misty A - 278. 363 
Pollock. Linda F — 363 
Poison. Rudolph A -363 
Ponder. Kenneth R. — 363 
Pongetti. Rebecca A — 363 
Poole, Joseph F Jr — 363 
Poole. Penny E — 363 
Poole. Richard A — 363 
Poore. Onyx E - 104 
Pope. Kevin W -220.221.363 
Porter, Bud 230 
Porter. John D — 363 
Porter. Kristin L - 196,197, 

363 
Porter, Michael D. — 363 
Porter. Scott W - 363 
Porter. Stacey M — 363 
Porter. Steven M — 265. 279. 

363 
Porter. Vaughn E, — 363 
Portera, Sandl F — 363 
Portwood. Charles J — 363 
Posey, David W — 286 
Posey. Klrby G - 363 
Posey. Michelle R — 285, 363 
Posey. Wendy A — 261 363 
Posner. Jlmmle — 363 
Post, James A — 363 
Poster, Mike - 262 
Potate, Michael W, — 251 
Pouncey, Alicia A — 363 
Pounders. Stephen C — 282 
Pounds, Jeffrey T — 363 
Powell, Charles A - 363 
Powell, David - 188. 230. 363 
Powell, John S — 244 
Powell. Michael V - 234, 363 
Powell. Scott A - 363 
Power, Rachel E. - 363 
Powers. Whitney K — 80 
Prado, Maria T - 363 
Prasertwong. Pakrra — 363 
Prather. Felix A - 254. 299 
Pratt. George G — 363 
Pratuanglok. Piyawong — 363 
Praytor, Scarlet D — 198. 199. 

363 
Prcll, MeMn R - 363 
Prescott. Ellen C - 198. 199 
Prescott, Laurie K — 198. 199. 

363 
Presley. Laure A — 250 
Presley. Parti E — 261 



Pressman. Jeffrey A — 363 
Prestel. Danny S — 363 
Prestel. Dottle A — 363 
Prestel. Mary D - 258. 259 

363 
Preatrtdge. Tracey A — 198. 

199. 363 
Prewltt. Nathan C — 302. 363 
Prewltt, Roy D — 363 
Price. Charlotte S — 363 
Price. Terri L - 282, 364 
Prlchard, Susan K - 364 
Prlddy. Diana L — 364 
Prince. Charlotte — 235, 364 
Prince, Henry A - 283. 364 
Prince. James E 111 - 288. 290 

364 
Prlsock, Stephanie Y — 364 
Priichaid, Christine — 364 
Proaps, Michael S — 262 
Prochaska, David M - 364 
Proctor. Stylon A — 364 
Proctor. Teresa Y — 364 
Prude. Paula G - 198 199 

259. 364 
Pryor. Gary A -231,263,275. 

364 
Prysock. Rhonda G — 299. 364 
Pugh. Amy S - 281,364 
Puiol, Juan — 364 
Pullln. Ramona K - 364 
Pund, Laura B - 198, 199, 270 

304. 364 
Purdy, Scott B - 364 
Purnell, Luclle E — 198. 199 
Purvis. Claude M — 364 
Purvis, Hiram L - 287, 298 
Purvis. Missy L — 194. 195 

259. 364 
Purvis. Norman B Jr — 364 
Purvis. Robin — 364 
Purvis. William K - 364 
Putman. Elizabeth A - 194. 

195,364 



Q 



Quan, Adollo R - 263. 364 
Quinn, Colleen R - 287 
Quinn. JohnL Jr - 188 
Quinn, Mary A - 165. 259, 364 
Qu.nones, Maria E -252 






R 



Rabalals. Mark W — 275. 364 
Rafidi. Leslie N - 289. 293, 

304. 308, 364, 395 
Ragan. Joel R - 364 
Ragland, Jeanlne Y, — 364 
Ragland. Stephanie — 364 
Ragsdale. Raggy — 267 
Rahman, Md M - 364 
Ralner, Mary A - 293, 308. 364 
Raines. Nlckey G - 229. 264, 

364 
Ramey, James A - 220, 221 
Ramsay. Robin G — 252. 261 . 
303. 364 

Ramsay. Susan K - 202. 203 
Ramsey. James R - 214.215. 

364 
Ramsey. Tamera L - 364 
Randall. Janet M — 364 
Randle. Deborah D — 258 
Randle, Loretta A - 299, 364 
Randolph, Audra P — 364 
Randolph. Miriam S - 189. 198, 

199.364 
Randolph. Monica L - 364 
Randolph. Todd A - 364 
Ranganna. Srinlvasa M . — 262 
Rankin. Amy J - 364 
Rary. Marcia L - 248, 364 
Rasberry. Clayton H —214,215 
Raspberry, Dana L — 364 
Ratcllff. Angela A - 248. 364 
Ratclllf. Gay E - 194. 195.364 
Rather. Christopher T - 220, 
221 

Ralllff, Diane — 364 

Raunlkar, Donald F — 75. 80. 
364 

Rawllnson, Monica D — 364 

Rawls, Edmond R - 274. 364 

Rawls, James P - 282.364 

Rawls. John C. - 364 

Rawson, Mary B — 365 

Ray, Charles H - 250 

Ray. Gerald P — 281 

Ray, Glenn M —365 

Ray. Gregory — 365 

Ray. Jay — 365 

Ray. Jerry E - 258, 300 

Ray, John — 234,365 

Ray. Leanne D - 194. 195.299 

Ray. Mary S - 196, 197 

Ray. Ramona D — 365 

Ray. Resa L - 365 

Ray. Roland B - 298 

Ray. Timothy B - 282 

Ray. Willie O III - 244 

Read. Dale G - 365 

Read. Eva M - 242 

Read. Stanton E - 365 

Reames. James D - 220. 221 

Reaves. Lora L - 251 

Redden. James RJr — 298 

Redding. Stephen R - 298. 365 

Rcddoch, Michael E - 365 

Redmond. Janet M - 260. 365 

Redwood. Andy M - 254. 299. 
365 

Reed. Carolyn C — 365 

Reed. Elizabeth A -288.365 

Reed. Gloria E - 27, 299 

Reed. Gloria J. — 365 

Reed. Jacqueline — 260 



390 / Student Index 



Reed. Michael B - 365 
Reed. Patsy L - 249. 365 
Reed. Richard N. - 242 
Reed. Wesley C - 365 
Reed. William H - 365 
Reeder. Kelli J - 365 
Reeder. Lance A. — 365 
Reese. Amy — 258 
Reese. Carla M - 272. 365 
Reeves. Bruce K — 262 
Reeves. Carroll R. — 365 
Reeves, Jeanne M - 234. 248. 

365 
Reeves. Thomas C — 231 
Regjnelli, Dennis B. — 365 
Reginelli, Fred G. Ill - 365 
Reginelli. Nancy L — 365 
Reginelli, Ronald E. — 365 
Reid. Randall K. — 277 
Reid. William S. Jr. — 243 
Reinhardt, Christy D — 261. 365 
Reisner. Christopher A — 365 
Rench. Jenny L — 198, 199 

247.365 
Rencher. Vamer L — 104 
Rendeiro. C M — 300 
Rendeiro, Emily J. C. — 281 
Renegar. Steve E. — 210. 21 1 
Rerd, William - 365 
Resler. James G III — 365 
Retherford. John M. Jr. — 365 
Reynolds, Jon K - 208. 209. 

365 
Reynolds, Sally P - 365 
Reynolds, Thomas G — 249, 365 
Rhea. Alan D — 365 
Rhett. Jeffrey P - 365 
Rheuark, Edwin D -251.365 
Rhoads, Robert J —365 
Rhodes. Cecelia A — 365 
Rhodes. John M — 365 
Rhodes. Larry N - 208. 209 
Rhodman, Kimberly A. — 365 
Rials, Harold R II — 104 
Rice. Cathy J - 365 
Rice. Tamatha E, J — 365 
Rice. Walter R Jr — 366 
Rice, Warner A — 366 
Richards. Bruce D — 257. 366 
Richardson. Clay H — 366 
Richardson, Derrick — 104 
Richardson. Gene M — 298 
Richardson, Gerald III — 274 
Richardson, Laura L, — 196. 

197, 236, 276, 302. 366 
Richardson, Mary M — 366 
Richardson. Patricia A. — 258. 

366 
Richardson. Priscilla A — 366 
Richardson. Veronica L. — 366 
Richmond, Anita R — 366 
Richmond. Faith L — 366 
Richmond, James R —366 
Richmond. William L. Ill — 366 
Richter. James W, - 250 
Ricks, James V III - 366 
Riddell. Mane L — 198, 199, 

289 
Rieves, Angela J - 299, 366 
Rieves. Joseph W Jr — 366 
R.eves. William R. — 277 
Rlggan. Cecilia A — 366 
Riggln, Henry D — 366 
Riley. John B III - 251.366 
Riley. Kelly M — 241 
Riley. Timothy E. - 208. 209 
Ringold. Chadwick C. - 298 
Ringold. Thelma L - 249. 366 
Rios. Gustavo - 243 
Riser. James D — 366 
Riser. Laura C — 258. 366 
Rishel, Bonita Y — 366 
Ritch, Randall — 260. 366 
Rivers. Charles D -220.221 
Roach, John F — 366 
Robbms. Doye P Jr — 236. 242. 

366 
Robbins. Jeffery L. — 265 
Robbins. Ned W Jr - 210,211. 

366 
Robbins. Tatla J — 260 
Roberts. Eva G - 250. 366 
Roberts. James E. — 286 
Roberts, John T, — 366 
Roberts. Keith S — 366 
Roberts. Leah M - 208. 209 
Roberts. Lynda D - 247. 366 
Roberts, Marian — 175 
Roberts, Martina L — 366 
Roberts, Michael E, — 259, 366 
Roberts. Orlenthea S — 366 
Roberts. Rayford L Jr. — 366 
Roberts. Reba F — 366 
Roberts. Wanda J - 249. 367 
Robertson. Amy R. — 367 
Robertson. Dalley — 208. 209 
Robertson, Frederick Jr, — 367 
Robertson. Jeffrey S. — 367 
Robins. Laura B — 198. 199 

304.367 
Robinson. Alfred A III — 367 
Robinson. Alvln L. — 104 
Robinson. Anthony — 117 
Robinson. Calvin L — 104. 1 1 1 
Robinson. Charles A — 214. 

215.298.367 
Robinson. Chauncey C. — 121 
Robinson. Elizabeth J — 367 
Robinson. James M —210,211 
Robinson, Karen E - 258. 279. 

288. 293. 367, 395 
Robinson. Karol E. — 249 
Robinson. Kelly A — 76. 275. 

367 
Robinson. Mary A — 367 
Robinson. Mlmi G — 198, 199. 

367 
Robinson. Ricky C — 298 
Robinson. Rob — 367 
Robinson. Sonya D — 367 
Robinson, Stephanie B — 367 
Robinson, Steven M — 288 
Robinson. Timothy S — 230 
Robinson. William S — 367 
Rochat. John A — 276, 303 
Roddy. Walter K. - 260 
Rodgers. Aleatrlce M — 3. 292. 

367 
Rodgers. Oneida B — 367 
Rodgers. Rebecca L. — 367 
Roeder. Daniel G — 367 
Roeder, David G — 214. 215. 

367 
Rogers. Bridget M — 367 
Rogers, Daryel A — 367 
Rogers, Gina M — 204. 205 
Rogers. Karen D - 198. 199. 

367 
Rogers. Kenny — 104 
Rogers. Paula M. - 258. 367 
Rogers. Robert E. Jr - 281 



Rogers, Steven M — 254. 299. 

367 
Rogers. William J - 207. 367 
Rogjlllo. David M - 367 
Rolke. Richard W - 367 
Romlne. Mark D - 254 
Rommerdale. Tina M — 367 
Romney. Linda M — 272 
Rone. Eleanor C — 367 
Rone. H R — 367 
Rone. James H — 188.208. 

209. 367 
Rooks, Sarah H - 196. 197. 

367 
Roper. Gregory A — 282 
Rosamond. Melissa H - 299. 

367 
Rose. Joe J -367 
Roseburgh, Felecla J — 367 
Ross. Gregory S — 284 
Ross. Harriet J, - 198, 199. 367 
Ross. Knox W Jr - 367 
Ross, Leanne — 367 
Ross, Martha L. - 367 
Ross. Peyton T C - 258 
Ross. Stacl L — 367 
Ross. Waller H Jr - 367 
Ross. Wiley — 298 
Rosser. Laurel C — 189, 196. 

197 
Rotenberry, Knstlne D. — 367 
Roth. Vlckl S - 367 
Rounsavall. David S — 220. 221. 

367 
Rowe, Loston — 267 
Rowell.CarlL. — 367 
Rowell. Carol A - 367 
Rowland. Jacquelyn M. — 367 
Rowland. Martin E — 367 
Rowland. Sheridan L — 367 
Rowley. Steven W — 244 
Rowsey. Melissa L — 367 
Rowzee. Robert W - 244. 249 
Roy, Gerald - 302 
Royce. Allen — 368 
Roaer, R K - 368 
Rozzell, Sandra D -261.368 
Ruby. Mary R — 196. 197. 368 
Ruff, Richard A — 207, 269, 

368 
Ruffin. Stacy L - 202. 203, 368 
Ruffin, Valane L - 189.202. 

203.368 
Rumble. James A — 368 
Rundlett. Ellsworth IV - 368 
Rundlett. Nick - 258 
Runnels, Barbara J - 278, 368 
Ruoss Hans M IV - 298, 368 
Rush. Andrew D — 368 
Rush, Ben M - 298 
Rush. Milton, T — 368 
Rushing. Carol N B — 277 
Rushing. Donna L — 368 
Russ, Sharon L - 250 
Russ, Tim A — 240 
Russell. Clifton F - 229 
Russell. Kecia M - 368 
Russell. Randal C - 210.211. 

235. 262. 368 
Russell, Robert - 230. 368 
Russell, Scotty D - 235 
Russell. William W - 368 
Russum, Barbara A - 202. 203 
Ryals. Angela M — 258 
Ryals. Gordon E Jr — 368 
Ryan, Deborah A — 249, 368 
Ryan, Gem L. - 368 
Ryan. Gregory K. — 368 
Ryan. Michael A. — 368 
Ryan. William C - 368 



s 



Sabbatini, Ned Jr. — 368 
Safigan, Brian A — 368 
Saia. Stephanie V - 368 
Salley. Lenora S - 281,368 
Sallis. Lisa L - 202. 203. 368 
Salter. Kimberly S - 368 
Samson. Stephen G -210.211 
Samuel. Beverly A - 249 
Samuelson. Thomas H — 368 
Sanders. Alan M - 241. 368 
Sanders. Betty A — 368 
Sanders. Don — 104 
Sanders. Eleanor L — 139 
Sanders. Frances E — 267 
Sanders. Jeanna D — 198, 199. 

368 
Sanders. Jennifer A — 368 
Sanders. John D — 368 
Sanders. Marcla E - 246, 248. 

368 
Sanders. Mark L — 368 
Sanders, Sonja J — 268 
Sanders, Susan K — 368 
Sanders. Timothy A — 368 
Sanderson. Jon B — 368 
Sandidge, Russell L - 368 
Sandoz. Susanne M — 303, 368 
Sanlord. Debra K — 261 
Sanford . Robert C - 220, 221 
Sanford. Robert — 368 
Sanneh. Abdu R - 252, 368 
Sansing, Wallace H - 279 
Santoro, Angela S - 245, 270 
Saraco Rosemary — 368 
Samo. Cheryl A - 139 
Sartain. Callle B - 260 
Sartin. Joey D - 236. 368 
Sartin, Susan I. - 368 
Sartor. Paul B - 214,215 
Saucer, Cheryl L - 196. 197. 

368 
Saul. Janet D - 194. 195 
Sava. Brenda — 250 
Sawalhs. Nancy G - 244, 249 
Sawl. Janet — 368 
Sawyer, Jeri E. — 368 
Sawyor, Jim A — 298 
Saxton, Carmen S — 368 
Saxton. Phyllis D - 368 
Scales. Julia L - 194. 195. 300. 

368 
Scarborough. Ashley M — 261. 

368 
Scarborough, Connie L. — 368 
Scarborough, Debra L — 368 
Scarbrough. Johnny G Jr. — 274 
Schlicher. Bob G — 368 



Schmedlop. Harvey — 258, 286 
Schmid. Paul B — 368 
Schmidt. Marcla L — 368 
Schultz. Carl D — 208. 209. 298 
Schwandt. Frank L — 369 
Schwegman, Therese L. — 369 
Scott. Barbara A _ 369 
Scott. John C — 369 
Scott. John R. — 369 
Scott. June A - 76. 239. 276, 

280, 302, 369 
Scott, Kim D. — 369 
Scott. Mark — 369 
Scott. Susan E —194,195.241 

247. 369 
Scott. Susan M — 369 
Scott. Tevester E — 258 
Scrlbner. Vanessa A — 369 
Seabrook, William R II — 369 
Seale, John S — 369 
Seals. Arthur C Jr —369 
Seals. Tina D B — 138. 369 
Seals. Tony T - 369 
Seard. Taryon M — 245 
Seaver, Jeffery A - 275, 369 
Sebren. Sonya L — 369 
See. Guy M - 244. 276. 369 
Seger, James D — 289. 369 
Seld. Diana L - 267. 279. 285. 

291 
Seld, Helen J - 267 
Sellers. Alicia J -303 
Sellers. Bennll J Jr — 369 
Sellers. Edgar R - 369 
Sellers, Tonla R — 244 
Senegal. Dedra — 139 
Sessums. Martha E — 204. 205. 

369 
Sessums. Mary S - 287. 369 
Seto. Buck C - 369 
Sewell, Jenna L. — 369 
Sewell, Shannon L. — 369 
Seymour. Tonya L — 299. 369 
Shackelford. Lisa A — 369 
Shaller. Mary K - 304 
Shaman Christopher P — 265, 

369 
Shanklln. John E Jr —260.369 
Shannon. Charlsla L - 249, 279 
Shannon. James R -210.211 
Shaper. Rachel — 299 
Sharma. Sudhlr K - 369 
Sharp. Helen T. — 252 
Sharp, Steven F — 210,211. 

369 
Sharpe. Wllma E — 246, 260, 

304 
Shaunak. Anita — 279. 369 
Shaw, Jlmmle B Jr — 286 
Shaw, LUlie D — 273 
Shaw. RondaR — 369 
Shaw, Susan A - 248. 369 
Shawver. EUm L Jr - 369 
Shealy, Mark W - 278. 369 
Shearin. Rhonda — 235 
Sheely. David J - 286 
Sheffield. Gregory E — 269 
Sheffield. Myra J - 369 
Sheffield, Susan J - 202. 203, 

369 
Shegog. Andri E. — 104 
Shelby. Robert L - 369 
Shell. Holly S - 369 
Shell. Kenneth N - 267. 369 
Shellman. Lee E - 194. 195. 

300 
Shelton. Charles D - 282, 369 
Shellon. Cindy C — 369 
Shelton. Gary E - 369 
Shelton. Lori A - 260. 369 
Shelton. Susanne L — 196. 197. 

369 
Shellon, Teresa M -369 
Shemper. Rachel A - 202, 203 
Shepherd. Mike - 369 
Shepherd, Sherry L — 370 
Sheppard, Amy D — 370 
Sheppard, Stephanie D — 194. 

195.370 
Sherman, Frances M. — 370 
Sherman, Paul J - 220.221, 

370 
Sherman. Phyllis N - 289 
Sherman. Ross K — 370 
Shlbuya, John F K. - 370 
Shields. Lecerila A — 251, 263, 

275. 302. 370 

Shields, Margaret L H. — 370 
Shields, Rose C - 277.370 
Shields. Zettle R - 370 
Shipley. Karen A - 248. 370 
Shirey. Alice L - 284. 370 
Shirley, Ann E — 370 
Shirley, Lisa E - 285. 300. 370 
Shirley. Susan D - 76, 90, 189, 

194. 195.272.370 
Shoal. Cynthia L - 204. 205. 

276. 287. 370 

Shoemake. Anthony — 214. 215 
Shoemake, Cathy T — 370 
Shoemake. Rhonda K — 247. 

370 
Snoop, Brenda L — 370 
Shows, William T - 370 
Shrock, Joe - 278 
Shulord, Leslie A — 370 
Shumpert, Emily A — 370 
Shumpert, Latrenda L — 245 
Sibert. Lori A — 370 
Sibley, Venetta V - 370 
Sides. Elizabeth A. — 370 
Sides. Steve P - 289 
Sleber. Craig H - 270 
Siedell. Laura - 196. 197. 370 
Siegel. Brian R — 370 
Sigmon, Marvin F — 370 
Sigumiak, Kathryn L. — 260. 

370 
Sills. Allen K . Jr - 76. 370 
Silva. Joyce — 252 
Silva. Juan L - 252 
Silver. Bonnie P — 370 
Simmons. Bethany A — 370 
Simmons. Chanlta L — 249, 370 
Simmons, Edward T - 304, 370 
Simmons, James D _ 260 
Simmons. Kahne - 196. 197 
Simmons. Michael G. — 104 
Simmons. Virginia D — 196, 

197.246,371 
Simmons. W A — 280 
Simpson, Bradford P — 207. 

244.284,371 
Simpson. Bruil A. — 371 
Simpson. James A — 371 
Simpson. Michael A — 230.251. 



371 
Simpson. Sondi 

284 
Simpson, Terri 
Sims. DarrylB - 371 



247, 259, 



371 



Sims, Denny - 258 
Sims, Janet L. —371 
Sims. Kenneth W — 371 
Sims. Michael — 188 
Sims. Peggy N - 371 
Sims. Stephanie — 249 
Sims. Wllber S - 104 
Sinclair. Laura L - 204. 205. 

299 
Slngley, Sharon L - 196. 197. 

371 
Slsson. Kim - 243. 258. 279 
Slstrunk. Thomas D - 263, 371 
Skates, William C III - 371 
Skelton, Jefl W - 371 
Skinner. Amy K — 371 
Skipper. David S - 371 
Skipper, Michael R - 258 
Skipper, Thomas M - 208. 209. 

250.371 
Skogen, Renee M — 371 
Skoog. Clark A - 270.371 
Slaughter, Barbara A - 371 
Slaughter, Evelyn C —194.195 
Slaughter, Jacqueline D —371 
Slaughter, Jellrey C - 3, 14, 

265.282.371 
Slaughter, Mary L — 371 
Slay, Allison A - 371 
Slay, Charles C - 214,215 
Slay. John C - 371 
Sledge. Jack L Jr - 371 
Sledge, Sheryl K - 249.371 
Sloan. Howard B - 371 
Smith, AlanD - 371 
Smith, Allsa J - 194. 195. 258. 

371 
Smllh. Amy L — 196. 197.271. 

371 
Smith, Amy L — 371 
Smith. Bruce D -220.221,371 
Smith, Caroline — 371 
Smith, Cheri - 299 
Smith. Christopher W, - 371 
Smith. Connie L — 260.371 
Smith, Craig — 371 
Smith. Cynthia L. — 371 
Smith, Dana L - 271 
Smith. Danny E. — 371 
Smith, Darrell L. —371 
Smith, Daryl E — 236 
Smith, David - 242, 254, 299. 

371 
Smith, Deborah G — 371 
Smith, Denea - 194, 195, 204. 

205 
Smllh. Donald M - 104, 109 
Smith. Earlean — 371 
Smith. Ed D - 371 
Smith. Faith A - 258,279,371 
Smith, Fred C - 371 
Smith. Gary P —371 
Smith, Glngl — 204. 205 
Smith. Harold C — 282 
Smith. James A — 298 
Smith, Jeffrey A - 258,371 
Smith, Jeffrey C - 371 
Smllh, Jeffrey C - 210.211. 

274.371 
Smllh, Jennifer L — 372 
Smith, Joe W — 372 
Smith. Jonathan P — 372 
Smith, Joseph W - 372 
Smith. Karen - 194, 195,271, 

372 
Smith. Kaye B — 260 
Smith. Kelmer R Jr - 241. 302 
Smith. Kenneth B - 282. 286 
Smith. Kevin S — 372 
Smith. Kimberly L - 372 
Smith, Kirk — 244 
Smith, Laura - 202, 203. 372 
Smith. LauriceC — 372 
Smith. Laurie A — 372 
Smith. Loretta J — 249. 372 
Smith. Mark — 372 
Smith. Marshall K Jr — 372 
Smith. Mary K - 303, 372 
Smith. Matthew J — 298 
Smith. Melissa G — 372 
Smith. Memorie M — 194. 195. 

372 
Smith. Michael B - 239, 276, 

372 
Smith, Michael K - 372 
Smith, Michael R. — 372 
Smith, Michael R - 372 
Smith. Nan M - 249. 372 
Smith. Nancy - 196. 197. 279, 

372 
Smith. Paul M — 241 
Smllh. Ralph R — 372 
Smith. Raymond E - 210. 211. 

372 
Smith. Renata Y — 372 
Smith, Robert E — 298 
Smith. Russell D - 259. 372 
Smith. Sabrina A — 252 
Smith. Sara E. -261 
Smith, Stacy A — 139,372 
Smith. Stanley V - 243 
Smith. Stephanie F — 194. 195, 

240 
Smith. Suzanne M, — 372 
Smith. TammleC. — 372 
Smith. Timothy — 372 
Smith, Tina C- — 245 
Smith, Tracy O. - 269 
Smith, Trapp - 198, 199 
Smith, Whltaket L — 372 
Smith. William B - 140 
Smlthson, Curtis L. — 240 
Smlthson. Sandra L. — 372 
Smylle. James G - 372 
Snyder. Jean — 280 
Snyder, Michael T - 372 
Sobley, Slephen M - 260, 372 
Solera. Maria L — 372 
Soneson, Trina P — 204, 205, 

372 
Sorrell, Timothy D — 188 
Sorrels, John C - 372 
South, Donnls G Jr — 372 
South, Janet L - 276. 299, 372 
Sowell. Marlon R - 304, 372 
Sparkman, Julie L, — 372 
Sparks. Brian T - 214,215 
Spear, Lori A - 247, 372 
Speed. Charles S — 244 
Speegle, Leslie A. — 265, 372 
Speights. Keith E - 372 
Speights, Suzanne — 271 
Spell. Laura A - 372 
Spell. Laura S - 264. 293, 372. 

395 
Spence. Alan K - 372 
Spence, Karen K - 196. 197 
Spence, Melesla R —372 
Spence. William A — 300 
Spencer. Althea L - 299. 372 
Spencer, Charlotte B — 245 



Spencer. Ladonna C - 372 
Spencer, Timothy J — 372 
Spiers. Brian J -372 
Splghl.RlcheyD. — 372 
Spires. Melissa L - 372 
Spllchley. Mara L - 196. 197. 

373 
Splva. Brenda F. - 245, 373 
Spooner, Richard S — 373 
Spradlln, Roy L Jr — 251 
Spradllng, Dorothy G — 373 
Sprayberry. Mitchell S — 260 
Spring. John K. — 210.211.373 
Sprow. Gregory H —210.211 

373 
Srlvlpattana, Jutapom — 373 
Slacey, Richburg - 140 
Slacy, Payton S - 204. 205 
Stacy. Robert F Jr — 284. 373 
Stadalls. Joseph M — 373 
Slaehle, Wendy A — 373 
Stafford, Missy - 260 
Stafford, Sandra J — 249 
Stalling, Travis E, - 373 
Stalling!, John D - 373 
Stallwortri. Charlotte L. — 261. 

373 
Stanlleld, Teresa D — 373 
Stanford. Jlmmle E - 373 
Stanford, Laura C - 259 
Stanley, Robert S . — 271. 373 
Stanphlll. Jill L - 299 
Stanlon, Sherrl D - 373 
Staples. Paula L — 373 
Slark. Carol L - 373 
Slark. Sandra A - 373 
Stalham. Gay L - 202. 203. 

373 
Sleadman, John T II — 241, 373 
Steed, Debra D — 373 
Steede, John M - 373 
Steel, Slacy L - 202. 20J 
Sleele. Margaret R — 373 
Sleen, Melanie A - 264 
Steen. Rodney K — 373 
Steen, Susan D - 189 
Slennis, George G 11-373 



SI,- 



Ihv, 



186 



Stephens, James M Jr - 250. 

267,280,373 
Stephens. James W - 76 
Stephens. Lawrence E — 241 
Stephens. Michael L - 270, 373 
Stephenson, Anne L - 373 
Stephenson, Charles W -373 
Stevens. Charlotte J - 373 
Stevens. Chrlstl E — 373 
Stevens. James — 180 
Stevens. Lisa C - 198. 199. 

279, 373 
Stevens. Mark - 298 
Stevens, Pamela S — 373 
Stevens, Patti L - 261,373 
Steward. Robin S — 373 
Steward, Stacy W. - 373 
Stewart. Judy L — 373 
Stewart. Kathy D — 189 
Stewart. Lawrence L — 373 
Stewart, Lisa — 90 
Stewart, Melodie — 249 
Stewart. Michael A — 220. 221. 

286. 373 
Stewart, Sarah G - 202.203. 

273 
Stewart. Scott C — 373 
Stewart. Susan L — 248 
Stewart. W E Jr - 239, 247, 

258 
Stewart, Wanda R - 261 
Stiles, Donald C — 373 
Stockstlll. Byron D - 373 
Stocklon, Maurice III - 208. 209, 

264, 374 

Stokes. CaraL - 126.374 
Stolz. Juliana L - 299. 374 
Slob. Theresa L - 254. 299 
Stone, Bobby A. Jr —251,374 
Stone. Camille B — 189, 198. 

199.271.276 
Stone. Jeffrey D - 374 
Stoppel. William L - 374 
Stowers, Luther A — 300 
Strahan, Nancy D — 76, 259. 

274,374 
Straughan, Abner W - 374 
Strautmann, Roger B — 214, 

215.250 
Slreater. Shirley A — 374 
Street, Leslee E - 374 
Strickland. Laura C - 196, 197 
Stricklm, Joanna L - 202, 203, 

374 
Stringer. Gregory E —214,215 
Stringer, Ronald S — 245 
Stripling, Laurie J — 232 
Strohm, William C - 230 
Strongosky. Jean M — 248, 374 
Struss, Richard P — 247, 263 
Stuart. Kenneth R - 374 
Stuart. Rebecca K — 374 
Slubbs, Alan L - 230. 374 
Stubbs, Delynn M — 374 
Stubbs, JodlM -204.205.258. 

265. 374 

Study. Scott - 214,215 
Stump. Charles A Jr - 208. 

209 
Sturdivanl. Demetria J - 279, 

374 
Sturdivanl. Laurie L — 194. 

195.300.304,374 
Sturgeon, Louis V Jr - 374 
Stutts, William R - 374 
Sullivan, Deborah D - 299 
Sullivan. Madelon P - 202, 203 
Sullivan, Michael L -231,374 
Sullivan, Michele L - 374 
Sullivan, Robert C III - 298 
Sullivan, Terence E - 375 
Sullivan, Tlllon F - 240 
Summerlln, Curtis G Jr. - 375 
Summers, Angela E — 76, 239. 

276. 375 
Sumrall. Marcla L - 247 
Surrette, Kevin L - 188, 206, 

248. 375 
Sutlle. John M - 247 
Sutton. Bradley E — 260 
Swagerty. Patricia T — 375 
Swain, David J - 287 
Swain, Slacy M - 196, 197 
Swan. Gabriel M - 234, 250. 

304 
Swanner. Gregory M — 286 
Swanner, Susan J -235 
Swanzy. Robert B - 265 
Swauncy, Jason K - 298 
Sweanngen, Bryan K — 375 
Swearlngen. Michael W. — 375 
Sweat!. Cara M - 194, 195, 

375 



Swedenburg. R S - 375 
Swedenburg. Shaun F —210, 

211.375 
Swedenburg. Stacy B —210, 

211.272.375 
Swedenburg. Wlnford D — 210, 

211.375 
Swlgert. Earl T — 286 
Swilley, Susan V - 244. 375 
Swims, John A - 239. 276 
Swindle. Michael G — 248 
Swindull. Jamie L - 375 
Swinney, Oteria T — 375 
Swoope, Susan E — 76. 27 1 , 

375 
Swoopes, Palrlck R — 104. 107 
Swords. Debbie H - 375 
Syed, Taseer M - 375 
Sykes. JohnC - 76,244.276. 

375 
Symes. Gregory M — 375 
Szumigala, Michael J - 210. 

211 



T 



Tallanl, Milton A Jr - 375 
Talley. Susan R - 249. 375 
Tanksley, Lawrence D — 240 
Tanner. Brenda L — 234. 262. 

293 
Tanner. Jerry D — 263 
Tanq, Mohammed A — 375 
Tarkinglon. Randy - 260 
Tarsi. Allison F - 287.375 
Tate. Bruce A - 207.376 
Tate, Cheryl L - 194. 195. 304. 

376 
Tate, Myra C - 375 
Tate. Ramon C Jr —285.375 
Tale, Russell L — 250 
Tale, Stephen C - 375 
Talum, Knstiane M - 198. 199. 

293 
Tatum. Lisa F - 202. 203 
Tavoleli, Fred G - 375 
Taylor. Clyde E -239,276. 

300. 302 
Taylor. Cynthia D - 299 
Taylor, J K -254 
Taylor, JanieM -375 
Taylor, Juliana — 252 
Taylor, Kelli L - 92. 246. 293. 

375, 395 
Taylor, Leslie A - 375 
Taylor, Mark - 287. 298. 375 
Taylor, Mark E -375 
Taylor. Myra T - 196. 197 
Taylor. Robin L — 375 
Taylor. Roger E - 254. 376 
Taylor, Steven A — 376 
Taylor, Thomas E — 376 
Taylor, Tracy - 198, 199.271. 

376 
Taylor. Virginia A. — 376 
Teel. Polly D. - 376 
Teh, Thlan S — 376 
Tellstrom, Ricky A — 376 
Temple, James E — 376 
Temple, Molly M - 194. 195. 

249. 376 
Templeton, Tern — 204, 205 
Tenney. Susan B — 270 
Tennyson, Jason L — 376 
Tennyson, William - 376 
Terrell, William E. — 236 
Terry, Etta R — 376 
Terry, Suzann M —76,204, 

205. 287. 376 
Thames, Kimberly L - 304 
Therrell, Jonathon B — 243, 376 
Therrell. Rebekah A — 198, 

199,376 
Thlesen. Michael L — 97 
Thorn. Robert H — 241 
Thomas. Bennle J Jr — 104 
Thomas. Berl M — 376 
Thomas, Brent F — 220, 221. 

376 
Thomas, Carol L — 196. 197 
Thomas. Charles W -214.215. 

376 
Thomas. Christopher B — 376 
Thomas. Dan R -220.221.376 
Thomas. David D — 210. 2' 1, 

270 
Thomas, Edward L -220.221 
Thomas, Gregory A — 257, 267 
Thomas, Jason L — 376 
Thomas, Karen A - 198, 199, 

247. 276. 376 
Thomas, Mannessa — 376 
Thomas, Mary E, — 376 
Thomas, Mary R — 376 
Thomas. Michaela L — 188 
Thomas. Paul J — 285 
Thomas, Sharon M — 376 
Thomas. Stephanie K, - 376 
Thomas, Steven F — 285, 376 
Thomas. Terry L — 376 
Thomas. Terry S — 202. 203 
Thomas. William L - 376 
Thomason. Kimberly R - 198. 

199.241.376 
Thomasson. Lisa L - 376 
Thompson. Catherine M — 275 
Thompson. Donna K — 376 
Thompson. Duane G, — 376 
Thompson, Ginger L. — 376 
Thompson, Jeffrey S — 298 
Thompson. John — 300. 302. 

376 
Thompson, Keith E — 376 
Thompson, Martha D. — 376 
Thompson, Rosemary C. — 285 
Thompson. Sayonla A. — 376 
Thompson, Sue — 196, 197 
Thompson, William F, - 210. 

211 
Thorn, Timothy D —251,376 
Thornell, Kelly P - 267. 376 
Thornton, Douglas W — 376 
Thornton, Margaret A, — 377 
Thrallklll. Michael D — 274, 377 
Thrash. Leonard R - 275. 377 
Thrasher. Rhonda K — 377 
Threldheld. Sally - 196. 197 
Thyous. Ronnie M - 250 
Tickner. Robert D 111 — 377 
Tiffin. Karen B - 204. 205. 377 



Student Index / 391 



Tlllery, Edward R - 377 
Tlllery. Frank A - 271 
Tillman. James W Jr - 220. 

221 
Tillman, Marvin C Jr - 377 
Timbs. Charlotte M — 194. 195 
Tlmbs, Donna R - 194. 195 
Timmons, Bryan K - 285 
Tlndall. Frances M - 259 
Todd. Byron N Jr - 262. 377 
Todd. Jeffery E - 239. 276 
Todd, Rebecca L. - 377 
Todd. Sharon J. - 377 
Toler. Leigh A -377 
Toler. Sandra E - 198. 199. 

258,377 
Toler. Thomas W - 377 
Tollver. David A - 240. 377 
Tonev. Barry S — 377 
Toney. Gloria G — 277. 377 
Touchstone, Kathryn A. — 377 
Towery. Rodney L — 298 
Townsel, Teresla — 377 
Townsend, Laura L — 249 
Townsend, Richard K — 377 
Townsend. Scott K — 377 
Tozii. Danny T. -298 
Trahan, Byron A - 250. 377 
Trahan.DannyJ -377 
TralcoH. Terri A — 377 
Tralnum, Kennie R - 377 
Tramel. Mllissa - 377 
Treadwell. Randall D - 260, 

377 
Trehern. Linda C. - 377 
Tnce. James H III — 377 
Trigg. Christi M. — 377 
Triplet!, John - 377 
Triplet!, Kathy L - 377 
Tnplett. Rodney D — 377 
Triplett. Ruth M - 245 
Tnplett. Shirley — 377 
Trotter. Debbie L — 377 
Trotlet. Mary D — 377 
Trotter. Ronnie — 377 
Truay, Dennis D - 240 
Trultt. Daniel E - 251 
Trulove. Richard B - 274, 377 
Trussell, James A - 302 
Trussell. Robert S - 240 
Tuck, Amy B - 77,80,259, 

276,284,377 
Tucker. Cynthia L. — 377 
Tucker. Diedre A - 196. 197. 

299 
Tucker. Kalvln - 377 
Tucker. Michael E - 248, 250. 

377 
Tucker. Pamela L - 377 
Tucker. Robert L — 377 
Tucker. Terri J - 377 
Tucker. Tracy A - 249 
Tuggle, John M - 244 
Tures. Gregory L — 289 
Turnage. Elizabeth G - 202. 

203. 378 
Tumbo. Joycelyn Y -248.377 
Turner. David B - 378 
Turner. James - 378 
Turner. James -378 
Turner. Kathryn M - 378 
Turner. Leslie M - 274 
Turner. Mellnda J - 299,378 
Turner. Patricia A - 194. 195. 

245.378 
Tumet. Robert - 214. 215. 262, 

378 
Turner. Sheila I - 248. 378 
Turner. Tamm, L -248.258, 

378 
Turner. Thomas B Jr. - 378 
Turner. William J III - 254 
Turnipseed, Errol B - 267, 378 
Turnipseed. Terry L — 77. 300. 

302, 378 
Tutor. Nathan — 378 
Tutor, Trtna J — 378 
T witty, Richard - 241,378 
Tyler. Anneliese H - 196, 197. 

378 
Tyler. Ronald C - 378 
Tyner, Charles F - 220,221 
Tyner, Stephanie H - 202. 203, 

265,378 
Tyson, Earvance L — 378 



u 



Upton. Bradley H - 239. 378 



V 



Vail, Andrew F -281.282 
Valentine, Deborah W - 304 
Valentine. Mlchele - 378 



Valentine, Scott G - 378 
Valentine. Suzanne E - 77, 204, 

205. 378 
Valesente. Virginia M - 299, 

378 
Van Dyke. Daniel L - 378 
VanPeskl, Michelle R - 196. 

197 
Van Wart. Mary A -378 
Vance, Kenneth C — 378 
Vanderdray, Vonda F — 198 

199,378 
Vandevender. David B. - 378 
Vandevender, Holly E. — 378 
Vandevender, Karl W - 240 
Vandevender, Sandra L - 77. 

86.271.378 
Vann. Kenneth P - 378 
Vannamen. Steven C. — 378 
VanWart, Mary - 270 
Vamado. Diedra L - 378 
Varner.DarrellG -379 
Vasek. Carole A — 235, 262 

300 
Vasek, Richard E. -280 
Vaughan, Charles - 267 
Vaughan. Lorl K- - 234. 280, 

379 
Vaughn, John M, — 298. 379 
Vaughn, Ross D - 214.215 
Veal. Edward B Jr - 220.221. 

379 
Veasley, Willie J - 274 
Vega, Diana T - 398 
Velcek. Melissa A - 299 
Venable, Barry E - 298 
Vernon, Joel D - 379 
Verona, Jennifer A - 243. 379 
Vessel], Richard D - 214,215, 

379 
Vetrand, Anlonio B -214.215 
Vickers, James R - 379 
Vlckery. Kalhryn L — 189. 196. 

197.379 
Vlckery. Terry B. - 379 
Vincenl, Mark J - 285 
Vines, Kalhy J - 249 
Vlrden, Donald L - 220,221, 

379 
Virden, Jenifer D. — 279 
Virgil. Michael C - 274 
Vohra, Jaspal S - 262,379 
Vosen. Thomas R - 286 
Voss. MaryG - 194. 195.379 
Volland, Karen — 202. 203 
Vowels. Daren A - 258, 379 
Vozzo, John A, Jr — 275 



w 



Wade, James B - 279 
Wade, Michelle R - 249,379 
Wadsworth, Chlra A — 379 
Wadsworth. Paul A — 379 
Waellver. Hope - 299 
Walula. Nicholas J - 379 
Wages, Anthony R - 285, 379 
Wages, Johney M Jr — 243 
Walts. Robert K - 188.220, 

221,379 
Waits. Suzanne T - 196. 197, 

275. 379 
Walden. Clayton T - 262 
Waldo. Tammy L -379 
Walhood. Brian D - 379 
Walker. Ann,eanette — 379 
Walker. Calvin R — 242 
Walker, Cathy A — 198. 199, 

299.379 
Walker. Danny D - 220,221 
Walker. Donna R - 379 
Walker. Eddie B IV - 250 
Walker, Greg A - 379 
Walker. James A Jr —379 
Walker, Jeffrey L - 270, 379 
Walker. Joseph - 235. 240. 379 
Walker. Kerry S —379 
Walker, Loretta A, —379 
Walker, Margaret A —77.81. 

198. 199.247,288,379 
Walker. Mark C - 379 
Walker, Mellnda K — 379 
Walker. Paul K. — 104 
Walker, Rachel R. —379 
Walker. Richard L - 260 
Walker. Wendy C -299.379 
Wall, Diane E — 280 
Wall. James A. Jr —379 
Wall Kerry E - 287.298 
Wall. PR - 379 
Wallace. Amy M - 247. 379 
Wallace, David A - 298, 379 
Wallace, Jacqueline A —273. 

379 
Wallace. Margaiet A. — 234, 

235. 379 
Wallace. Mark F - 250.277. 

379 
Wallace, Rhonda K - 287 
Wallace, Sheila M — 379 
Waller. John S — 3, 293. 379 
Waller, Mltzi A - 279 
Walley. James L - 267 
WallmLaci A M - 379 
Walsh. Kimberly A - 3, 288. 

292. 308. 379 



Walsh, Ronald C — 379 
Walters, John T — 380 
Wallers. Kimberly M - 380 
Walton. Harry P III -380 
Walton, Linda A - 234. 244, 

380 
Wamble, Mary S - 204, 205, 

299. 380 
Wang. Richard Y - 262. 380 
Wang, Shur Wem — 252. 380 
Wansley, Gerald R Jr - 380 
Ward. Brad A - 279 
Ward. David L — 380 
Ward, Donald T -380 
Ware.BrendaD - 291.380 
Ware. Evelyn E - 304. 380 
Ware. Greta S — 380 
Ware, Ivan W - 380 
Ware, Melvenla S - 260 
Ware, Peggy — 4 
Warnock. James L Jr — 380 
Warren, Charles A 111 - 380 
Warren. Glenda L — 77,81. 

236.265.271,276,302.380 
Warren. Jacqueline R - 380 
Warren, Jeffrey T - 380 
Warren, Marianne - 194, 195, 

380 
Warren, Richard E - 243, 380 
Warrtner, Charles H - 260 
Wart, Mary V - 244, 299 
Warwick, David W - 380 
Warwick, Lee A - 202.203, 

380 
Warwick, Pamela L - 380 
Wasfaret, Larry D - 380 
Washington, Charlotte D. — 234 
Wasllenko, Trent J - 380 
Wasson, Andrea M - 380 
Wasson, Eugene R - 279, 380 
Wathen. Meghan L - 380 
Walklns. Angela M — 196, 197. 

380 
Watklns. Thad W - 380 
Walklns, Timothy R — 380 
Watklns, William R - 270 
Watrous, Thomas J Jr. — 380 
Watson. Charles E - 380 
Watson. Helene M - 380 
Watson. John A — 380 
Watson. Louis H Jr -220.221 
Watson. Michael E — 380 
Watson, Rebecca M — 380 
Watson, Robert V — 380 
Watson, Ruth A —380 
Watson. Steven P - 380 
Watson. Trent D — 380 
Watt. Polly A — 380 
Watts. Babette D - 261 
Watts. Lisa K - 380 
Wax, Anita D - 261 
Weatherford, Jeffery T - 380 
Wealherly, Charles R. — 220, 

221.380 
Weathersby, Robert III - 380 
Weathersby. Steven T - 298 
Weaver, Herbert M - 77. 188. 

244, 262. 276. 380 
Weaver, Larry — 285 
Weaver. Stanford R - 380 
Weaver. Wesley T - 298 
Webb. Bryan D - 380 
Webb. Evelyn H - 198, 199, 

380 
Webb, James R 244 
Webb, Jennifer A — 380 
Webb, Jodi A — 380 
Webb, Joseph R - 262. 380 
Webb, Misty E — 196. 197, 303. 

380 
Webb. Valerie L - 275 
Webber. Phyllis E - 214,215 
Weber, Charles D - 381 
Webster. Peggy J -250.283. 

289.381 
Wedding, Jane E - 381 
Weed. Dena L - 381 
Weekley. Mark B -244,381 
Weeks. Jeffrey L - 244, 276, 

381 
Weeks, Leigh A - 381 
Weems, Melton J - 230 
Weems, Wanda A - 381 
Weems, Wendy J — 265. 381 
Wehnes, Jeffrey C -381 
Wehr, Robert A, — 381 
Weir. Kent A — 381 
Welsenberger, Michael A- — 275 
Weiss. Louanne - 381 
Weissinger. Charles A, - 381 
Welch, Barbara J - 249,381 
Welch. Cynthia L — 381 
Welch. Eric B — 263,381 
Welch. Martha G - 299 
Welch. Scott J — 381 
Welch. Sonya — 259,381 
Welch. Stanley R — 381 
Welch, Steven - 259,381 
Welch, Tina KW — 381 
Welford. Karen A 381 
Welford.KeishaD — 381 
Wellborn. Thomas D — 381 
Welllord, Evelyn R — 381 
Wells, Elizabeth J —272 
Wells. Fred P III - 381 
Wells. Herbert W.Jr —230,260 
Wells, Miriam D - 202. 203. 

381 
Wells. Rhonda S. - 381 
Wells, Tracy L —381 
Welsh. David H - 381 
Welsh. Edwin D -220.221. 

381 
Welshans. Cecilia L - 250 
Welshans. Wallace A III - 381 
Wendler, Carla J - 381 



Wenger. Charles S - 381 
Wentworth. Cathl L - 287. 381 
Weseh, Lisa R - 381 
Wesley. David E Jr - 300 
Wesson, Allison L - 198, 199. 

381 
Wesson. Ray L -210,211,381 
West.CaryR - 381 
West, Dana L — 286 
West. Jeffrey S. — 298 
West. Laura L -381 
West, MarkE - 188.381 
Westbrook, Nell P - 381 
Westbrook, Roger L — 381 
Wester. Kenneth E - 381 
Westmoreland, Gerald Jr - 381 
Westmoreland, Joanna S — 204. 

205.381 
Whalen, Daniel F - 250. 381 
Whalley. Alicia K - 202. 203 
Whatley. Jone M — 381 
Wheat. Leah C - 204,205. 

273.382 
Wheeler, John G, - 279 
Wheeler, William S - 382 
Whitaker. Dick S - 382 
Whitaker, Theresa C — 248 
White, Allen R - 279.382 
While, Bruce W - 282, 382 
While. Cheryl L - 382 
While. Christopher J - 236, 242 
White. Clay - 214,215 
While. Gwendolyn J -210,211 
White, James W V - 382 
White, Jerry S — 382 
White, John - 382 
White. Karen D - 382 
White. Laura L - 202. 203. 382 
While, Laurie A, —382 
While, Melanie D. - 382 
White, Michael A - 210,211, 

286, 382 
White. NlkklO — 241 
White. Randall L - 382 
White. Sandra K - 261.299 
White. Susan E - 196, 197 
While. Teresa M - 202. 203. 

White. Timothy C -214,215, 

White, Tina M - 204, 205, 278, 

279, 382 
White. Vickie L - 382 
While, Wilfred - 382 
While. William T, —382 
Whitehead. Kimberly D. — 382 
Whilener, Stuart K - 104 
Whitfield, Richard D — 382 
Whltmlre. Elizabeth A - 382 
Whitney. Steven D — 236. 242. 

382 
Whltten. Kenneth L - 382 
Whlrten, Nathaniel C — 382 
WhlrHngton. Terry L — 382 
Wicker, Jennifer L — 198, 199. 

247. 293, 382 
Wlgginton. Bradley H - 274, 

382 
Wlgley, Tracey L - 241,382 
Wllbanks, Deborah E - 382 
Wllbanks, Gerald S - 104 
Wllbanks, Joseph A II - 382 
Wllbanks. Sidney S. - 382 
Wllbanks. Tonya S — 383 
Wllbourn. Carl G Jr — 234 
Wllcher. Vickie S - 300. 383 
Wilcox. Freddie B — 383 
Wilcox. Timothy S - 251 
Wlldmon. Alison H - 383 
Wlldmon. Timothy B — 383 
Wiley. Calvin - 383 
Wiley, Forrest A — 383 
Wllhile. Laurie A. - 249. 383 
Wllkerson. Bobby S - 383 
Wllkerson, Jimmy L - 104 
Wllkerson, Peler M - 265 
Wllklns, Jennifer P - 204, 205. 

289, 383 
Wllklns. Kevin B - 383 
Wilkinson. Christopher — 383 
Wilkinson. Felicia R — 383 
Wilkinson. Michael D - 383 
Wllllord, Evelyn - 271 
Williams, Angela C - 383 
Williams, Annie M — 383 
Williams, Brenda E - 245 
Williams. Brenda F - 18, 83. 

202, 203, 383 
Williams, Carol V - 249 
Williams, Connie C - 383 
Williams, Cynlhla — 92. 383 
Williams. Danny E - 220. 221. 

285 
Williams. Deborah K — 198. 

199,272 
Williams, Doris A - 245 
Williams, Duane A. — 383 
Williams, Ferrish N - 298 
Williams. Frank G - 258,267, 

279, 303. 383 
Williams, Fred W - 308. 383 
Williams. George - 383 
Williams, Gregory W — 383 
Williams. Henry J III - 220, 221 
Williams. Jacqueline - 245 
Williams. JeHrey - 279. 383 
Williams. John G - 383 
Williams, John - 383 
Williams. Karen A - 196. 197. 

383 
Williams. Kevin B - 260. 383 
Williams, Kimberly A — 383 
Williams, Leigh A - 194. 195, 

383 
Williams. Linda J —383 
Williams. Liz - 202, 203 
Williams. MarkS - 383 



Williams. Mark W - 247, 258, 

262. 383 
Williams. Mary S - 196. 197. 

383 
Williams. Mellsa E - 383 
Williams. Michael D - 383 
Williams. Mlkel A - 104. 109, 

113 
Williams. Pamela - 383 
Williams, Philip M - 279. 383 
Williams. Phyllis D — 383 
Williams. Robert A - 298, 383 
Williams, Scott A - 81.239. 

265. 276. 383 
Williams, Sharon V - 383 
Williams. Shun V B - 260. 383 
Williams. Stephanie J - 189. 

383 
Williams. Stephen H Jr - 236 
Williams. Tanya S - 383 
Williams. Tonya B - 250, 383 
Williams, Vlckey L - 260 
Williams. Wayne L — 383 
Williamson. Catherine J - 204, 

205. 383 
Williamson, Dayna R - 384 
Williamson, Nate S II - 384 
Williamson, Robert L — 384 
Williamson, Sheila D - 384 
Williamson. Tammy R — 384 
Williamson, Terrell S - 384 
Willis, Danny G - 384 
Willis, David W - 384 
Willis. Dee A - 194. 195,258, 

384 
Willis, Jenny - 384 
Willis, William R Jr - 384 
Wills, Karen S - 384 
Wilson. Bradley F -220,221, 

384 
Wilson. Danny M, — 384 
Wilson, David E. - 384 
Wilson. David - 298. 384 
Wilson, Dennis R - 384 
Wilson, Douglas W -384 
Wilson, Elmer L - 104 
Wilson. Harry M III - 384 
Wilson. Jacqueline D - 189, 

384 
Wilson, James J. —384 
Wilson. Jellery L - 265 
Wilson, Karen L. - 384 
Wilson, Kenneth V Jr - 384 
Wilson, Lana K - 196, 197, 384 
Wilson, Lance R - 220,221. 

384 
Wilson, Lillian L - 202. 203 
Wilson. Raymond B — 283 
Wilson. Robyn D - 204, 205. 

259. 384 
Wiltcher. Robin C - 246 
Wiltshire, Donna — 384 
Winchester. Steven G —220. 

221 
Windham. Cathy A — 241, 384 
Windham, Dwayne M - 384 
Windham. HalleyF - 31.287. 

298 
Windham, Keith A - 384 
Winesett, Ted S. - 81, 244,276 
Winlord. Barry S - 104 
Winlord, Ronald S - 104 
Wingfield, Kimberly L M - 384 
Wmtermute. Calhy A - 299 
Wise. David R. — 262 
Wiseman, Aretha - 299. 384 
Wiseman. John B - 384 
Wlttmayer, Amy L — 202. 203 
Wolle, David E - 384 
Wolle. Derek M - 384 
Wolle. Tammy S — 384 
Wolverton, John F - 263, 384 
Wolverton, Robert E Jr - 280 
Womack, Shelia J — 234 
Wong, Wai L - 384 
Wong, Waisum — 384 
Wonsley. Hosea M - 104 
Woo. Fletcher C - 207,384 
Woo, Michael D - 384 
Woo, Susan G - 2, 288. 292, 

384 395 
Wood. Kimberly A. —384 
Wood. Mary L - 384 
Wood.MerindaJ - 77.287, 

289 
Wood. Tracy A - 384 
Woodard. James R — 239. 269. 

276. 280, 384 
Woodard, Kim J - 304, 384 
Woodruff. Vernon C — 252 
Woodward, Barry D -210,211 
Woodward, Mark D — 384 
Woolwine. Richard B - 210, 

211 
Woolen, Allsa A - 196, 197 
Woolen. Sherry A - 239. 384 
Word. Cynthia L — 384 
Work. Julie A. - 384 
Work. Melody A - 384 
Worsham.BenF IV -271.385 
Wray. Joseph L Jr. — 385 
Wresson. Allison — 299 
Wright, Bruce E - 230.385 
Wright, Cora R - 248.385 
Wnght, Fitzgerald — 385 
Wright. Joe A, — 38 
Wnght, Kather.neL - 250 
Wnght, Kathryn A — 267 
Wnght, Kenneth D — 385 
Wnght, Laura E — 299 
Wnght. Paula K - 385 
Wnght, Ramona L - 249. 385 
Wnght. Rozilyn J - 385 
Wnghi. Tammy L -202.203, 

385 
Wnght, Timothy B - 260, 385 



Wnghi. Travis E - 385 
Wuellner. Hope R - 385 
Wusnack, Charles J -385 
Wyatt. Cynthia F - 385 
Wynne, Gregory T - 220. 221 

247,385 
Wynne, John M - 385 



Y 



Yancey. Cynthia O - 196, 197 

282, 385 
Yam, Carla S - 289,385 
Yarbrough. Pamela D - 385 
Yarbrough, Stuart H Jr - 385 
Yales, Gregory D - 248, 258, 

385 
Yates. Kimberly - 196, 197, 385 
Yeatman, Carrie L — 299. 385 
Yeatman. Jane — 286 
Yelverton. Mary G — 385 
Yl. Young H - 252 
Yoste.MaryS -196.197.259, 

385 
Young. Cynthia A — 385 
Young, Donald E — 385 
Young. Ellen E - 385 
Young, Flora M —385 
Young, John — 385 
Young, John — 385 
Young. Lynn A — 385 
Young. Mary R - 196. 197 
Young, Michael A — 279 
Young, Paul M - 104 
Young, Robert R Jr — 214, 215. 

385 
Young. Stephen E - 77.81. 

231,269.271.282,385 
Youngblood. Timothy W - 260 
Younger. Kimberly — 385 
Younger. Lewis G —385 
Younger. Susan H - 196. 197. 

385 
Yu. May Fung C. - 385 
Yu. Seongja - 260 



z 



Zachary. Dean — 262 
Zanders, Jacqueline M — 77, 

385 
Zeldman, Brian S — 230 
Zelgler, Elizabeth K - 251. 302. 

385 
Zeppelin. Jennifer L - 273, 385 
Zhu, Christopher — 385 
Zlegler. Catherine M — 196. 197 
Zouboukos, Constantlne — 210. 

211.279 
Zummo. Kevin J - 241.385 



392 / Student Index 



1985 REVEILLE Organization Index 



Afro American Plus 234 

Agriculture Economics Club 234 

Agronomy Club 267 

Air Force ROTC 236 

Alpha Gamma Rho 206 

Alpha Phi Mu 235 

Alpha Tau Omega 208-9 

Alpha Zeta 235 

Alumni Delegates 238 

American Institute of Aeronautics and 
Astronautics 238 

American Institute of Architects 242 

American Institute of Chemical Engineers 
239 

American Institute of Floral Design 301 

American Nuclear Society 239 

American Society of Agricultural Engineers 
240 

American Society of Mechanical Engineers 
241 

American Society of Civil Engineers 240 

American Society of Landscape Architects 
265 

Angel Flight 241 

Army ROTC 268 

Arnold Air Society 242 

Biochemistry Club 243 

Blackfriars 243 

Block and Bridle 244 

Blue Key 244 

Blue Knights Precision Team 245 

Bully's Babes 246-7 

Butler Hall 245 

Centennial Honor Society 247 
Chi Omega 194-5 
College Republicans 247 
Cresswell Hall 248 
Critz Hall 249 

Dairy Science Club 249 

Data Processing Management Association 
250 

Delta Chi 230 

Delta Delta Delta 196-7 

Delta Gamma 198-9 

Delta Sigma Pi 250 

Distributive Education Clubs of America 
269 

Duggar Hall 251 

Engineering Student Council 269 
Eta Kappa Nu 251 
Evans Hall 253 

Famous Maroon Band 255-7 



Farmhouse 229 

Fashion Board 272-3 

Food Science Club 252 

Foreign Language Honor Society 252 

Forest Products Research Society 254 

Forestry Club 254 

Future Farmers of America 248 

Gamma Beta Phi 258 

Garner Hall 258 

Golden Hearts of Sigma Phi Epsilon 259 

Governmental Affairs 259 

Herbert Hall 260 
Hightower Hall 260 
Home Economics Club 261 
Horticulture Club 270 
Hull Hall 261 

Industrial Engineering Graduate Student 

Council 262 
Institute of Electrical and Electronic 

Engineers 263 

Institute of Industrial Engineers 262 
Inter-Fraternity Council 188 

Junior IFC 264 

Kappa Alpha 210-11 
Kappa Delta 200-1 
Kappa Pi 264 
Kappa Sigma 212-13 

Lambda Chi Alpha 214-15 

Lambda Sigma 265 

Landscape Contracting Club 270 

Mad Dogs 266 
Madrigal Singers 307 
Matchmates271 
McKee Hall 266 
Music Makers 274 

National Association of Industrial 
Technologists 274 

National Society of Professional Engineers 
275 

Newman Club 275 

Omega Chi Epsilon 276 
Omicron Delta Kappa 276 
Order of Omega 277 

Panhellenic 189 

Phi Beta Lambda 277 

Phi Eta Sigma 279 



Phi Gamma Delta 216-17 

Philosophy Club 278 

Phi Kappa Phi 280 

Phi Kappa Tau 218-19 

Phi Kappa Tau Little Sisters 278 

Phi Mu 202-3 

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 282 

Phi Theta Kappa 283 

Pi Epsilon Tau 281 

Pi Kappa Alpha 220-21 

Pi Lambda Theta 281 

Pi Sigma Aipha 284 

Pi Sigma Epsilon 285 

Poultry Science 286 

Pre-Law Society 284 

PRSSA 287 

Psychology Club 286 

Reflector 290-1 
Reveille 292-3 
Rho Gamma 285 
Roadrunners 271 

S. D. Lee Rangers 298 

Scabbard and Blade 287 

School of Architecture Association 289 

SCAVMA 301 

Scotchguard 289 

Sessums Hall 298 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 222-3 

Sigma Chi 224-5 

Sigma Nu 207 ' 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 226-7 

Smith Hall 299 

Society of American Foresters Student 
Chapter 299 

Society of Petroleum Engineers 300 

State Striders 300 

Student Association 294-7 

Suttle Hall 302 

Tau Beta Pi 302 
Theta Tau 231 
Triangle 228 
Tri Beta 303 

Union Program Council 304-5 
University Choir 306-7 
University Honors Council 303 

Wesley Foundation 267 

Zeta Tau Alpha 204 



Organization Index / 393 



One Year 

and 
400 Pages 

Later 



Changes. Everyone experiences changes 
in their life. During this past year some ma- 
jor changes have occurred in mine. First of 
all, I was selected as Reveille Editor last 
April. Little did I know then the work that 
was in store for me. The easiest part of my 
job was choosing a theme for the 1985 book. 
I must admit that my theme — MSU: State 
of the Arts — was a prejudiced choice as I 
am a commercial art major, and art con- 
sumes my life. I tried to include a variety of 
the arts at MSU: drama, poetry, music, ar- 
cheology, "state of the art" computers, and 
of course fine art. If anyone was curious 
about the way the color photographs looked 
in the opening section, let me explain. They 
were black and white photos handcolored 



with Marshall Photo Oils. The technique ha 
been used for years in the magazine 
business, but this is the first time the oil 
were used to color photographs for thij 
Reveille. I hope the students will be please* 
with the effect. 

My second and biggest change occurred 
last July 21st when my name changed front 
Erickson to Robinson. I married my wonder 
fully patient husband, Steve. I can't begin t< 
thank him enough for the encouragemen 
and support he gave me during th* 
deadlines. 

As the fall semester began, so did thi 
work. But I love this job — well most of th< 
time I love this job. And 1 was lucky to hav< 
a hard working staff. Sometimes lat 




394 / Closing 



nighters made tempers run short, but I had a 
good bunch of people to work with, and I 
want to thank them all for their dedication. 
Because of their perseverance there are two 
letters taped to my door from our publishing 
company, one informing us that the 1985 
Reveille was chosen as a sample book to be 
distributed to the publishing representatives 
to show to other universities, and the other 
stating that some of our pages have been 
chosen to be reprinted in the 1987 College 
and University Design Book of Taylor 
Publishing Company. We are very proud of 
these prestigious honors. 

It's almost sad for me to realize that my 
year as editor is almost over, however.I am 
anxious to have a completed issue of the 



book in my hands. 

I couldn't end this term as Editor without 
thanking some of the people who have 
helped me and the staff through the tough 
times. Special thanks go to Dr. Bill Foster, 
our advisor, Fred Faulk, Sports Information, 
the MSU Art Department, Jimmy Under- 
wood, my parents Mr. and Mrs. Karl 
Erickson, my in-laws Mr. and Mrs. B. J. 
Robinson, my sisters and their families, my 
best friend Alicia Psenicka, my staff, 
especially Bubba Greene, Mike Doyle, Pam 
Greene (not related to Bubba) and my hus- 
band Steve. 

Karen E. Robinson 
1985 Reveille 
Editor-in-Chief 




Scott Norwood 



COLOPHON 



PRINTING: The 1985 Reveille was 
printed offset by Taylor Publishing Com- 
pany of Dallas, Texas, using single-color, 
two-color, and four-color presses. Paper 
stock for all content pages of the publica- 
tion is 80 pound, number one grade 
enamel. 

COVER: The cover was designed by 
Karen E. Robinson. The artwork was 
done by Michael Adams of Taylor 
Publishing Company. It is mounted on 
150 point binder's board, covered in red 
#061 fabrikoid material with Cordova 
hand-tooled grain rubbed with black over- 
tone. Both the lids and the spine are em- 
bossed from a fully modeled brass dye. A 
gold metallic application appears on the 
embossing dye on the front lid of each 
book. 

ENDSHEETS: The endsheets are 65 
pound cover weight stock in 100% Pan- 
tone 202 with the design reversed out. 

TYPE: All body copy is 10 point 
Souvenir. Captions and folios are set in 8 
point Souvenir and photo credits are set 
in 6 point Souvenir. Subheadlines are 
either 2, 14, or 18 point type. Headline 
type ranges from 18 point to 60 point 
Souvenir and Souvenir Bold. 

PHOTOGRAPHY: All studio 
photography in the Greek and Classes 
Sections was prepared by Sudlow 
Photography of Danville, Illinois. These 
photographs were taken on campus dur- 
ing September 1984. Most of the other 
photographs were done by Reveille 
photogaphers with Reveille darkroom 
facilities. All Reveille photographers are 
full time students at Mississippi State 
University. Most color photographs were 
printed by Photo Images of Jackson, MS. 

SALES: Copies were sold to students 
before publication for $10.00 and after 
publication for $15.00. The press run for 
the 1985 Reveille was 7,800 copies of 
400 pages each. 



FIRST ROW: Richie Adair, Sports Co-Editor; Tim 
Knight, Sports Co-Editor; Leslie Rafidl; Karen 
Robinson, Editor-in-Chief. SECOND ROW: Bubba 
Greene, Feature Editor; Pam Dandrtdge, Office 
Secretary; Kelli Taylor, Kenny Gibson. THIRD 
ROW: Scott Norwood, Photographer; Pam Greene, 
Copy Editor; Susan Woo, Business Manager; Lulgia 
Houston, Typist; Suzanne Spell, Photographer; Dee 
Montgomery; Kim Morrison, Organizations 
Co-Editor. 



Closing / 395 




As the 1984-85 school year comes to a 
close, students at State have seen some long 
promised additions to the campus actually 
materialize. The stadium expansion was 
begun with the support columns having been 
installed and the dismantling of the pressbox 
begun. Completion is scheduled for the Sum- 
mer of 1985. The Creative Arts Complex 
was completed and opened its doors to 
students and faculty this Spring. The Com- 



The Creative Arts Complex is in the process of raising money for seats in 
their now empty theatre. It will hold approximately 500 seats when filled. 
and due to the latest "state of the art" features, the theatre should be able 
to house major Broadway plays. 



plex will house the Department of Com- 
munications as well as a variety of programs 
dealing mainly with the fine arts. 

Winter brought some unusual weather to 
Starkville, with warm December 
temperatures that seemed better suited to 
Spring Break and bitter cold in January that 
brought ice and snow as-well-as an outbreak 
of the flu to the area. 



Snow is a rare sight at Mississippi State. Ingenious 
students found that cafeteria trays made better sleds 
than egg boxes. 




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Jim Prince 



Closing / 397 



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Freshman Diana Vega and sophomore Bo Barrett en- 
joyed a freezing cold afternoon on one of the few days 
students were exempted from classes because of the 
ice. 

Scott Field is in the midst of a face lift. 
The renovation will add new lights for night 
games, an ultra modern press box, an upper 
deck, and mezzanine level which will have 
padded seats and an overhead cover. The 
new addition will bring a total of approx- 
imately 45,000 seats for MSU fans to fill 
next fall. 



Karen E. Robinson 
Mississippi State University will continue 
to evolve and grow with each passing year. 
These changes sometimes bring sadness as 
alumni return to a campus they no longer 
know and sometimes happiness, as im- 
provements are added which upgrade the 
quality of life here. One thing that will never 
change though are the memories we take 
with us of Mississippi State University when 
we leave. Memories that hopefully will 
always be a part of us. 

Pam Greene 



398 / Closing 





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Jim Prince 
It's not often that architecture students find time to 
relax with such busy schedules. Here, Michael Mesko 
spends a few spare moments in the sunshine by the 
Union.